iPhone 15 and Apple Watch Series 9 will soon hit the market (includes video story)

Anticipation built for the fall release of the iPhone 15 and Apple Watch Series 9 at Apple’s Cupertino headquarters yesterday.

The iPhone 15 is the first carbon-neutral Apple device, and Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, underlined how these goods, with an Apple Watch Series 9 starting price of $399, strive to improve our lives via innovation and cutting-edge technology.

With the introduction of an inventive hands-free control function, users can now easily operate their Apple Watch with a few finger taps, fundamentally altering how we engage with technology.

The hands-free function of the Apple Watch uses a machine-learning algorithm to identify precise finger and hand motions and blood flow variations during a double tap. With the iPhone 15 and 15 Pro, users may now call for roadside assistance from the American Automobile Association even when there is no signal coverage.

The 48-megapixel camera on the iPhone 15 Pro, which essentially combines the capabilities of seven lenses into one, is its highlight feature. It has a 5x optical zoom and opens up additional opportunities for photography and video production. These developments, while not revolutionary, signify a change in the enhancements that motivate users to buy.

All Apple products now have USB-C charging connectors instead of the prior Lightning cords, cutting down on the number of chargers you need. While the iPhone 15 Pro starts at $999, the iPhone 15 starts at $799. Pre-orders are already open and the gadgets go on sale next Friday, ushering in a bright new phase in Apple’s technological development.