Apple Spring Event: iPhone SE 2022, Mac Studio and M1 Ultra Chipset Revealed

This year, Apple has conducted its Spring Event with multiple exciting products in the basket but not so innovative except for the M1 Ultra Chipset. The Apple Event took place on 8th March at Cupertino that featured the launch of the iPhone SE 2022 Edition, iPad Air M1 variant, and Mac Studio and a Studio Display.

Apple has advertised the event as ‘Peek Performance,’ as they even brought a new M1 Ultra-desktop chipset which is leaps beyond in comparison to the M1 and M1 Max.

Apple Peek Performance Event: Highlights and Updates

Like last year’s iPhone 12 Purple color reveal, this year’s event kick-started with Apple showing off the new color shade for the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro smartphones in a new Alpine Green variant. The next-generation iPhone SE got an official launch in the Spring Event with internal upgrades.

The new affordable smartphone from Apple gets powered by the A15 Bionic chipset with 5G support. There weren’t many upgrades overall, but the device gets a deep fusion system on its rear camera.

The iPad Air has received an update on the internals after its launch a year and a half ago. The new updated version of the iPad Air 5 from the tech giant now features the M1 chipset, the same used on the iPad Pro, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air.

This updated iPad will now support the Center Stage, which was present only on the high-end iPad and MacBook. Apple has brought two other products alongside these, including the Mac Studio and the Studio Display.

The Studio Display from Apple with a 27-inch 5K Retina display featuring 600 nits of brightness and 218 PPI pixel density. The display comes with TrueTone support along with an anti-reflective coating.

Furthermore, Apple has used the A13 Bionic chipset on display for the first time. On the other hand, the Mac Studio made a debut at the event that showcases a similar design from the Mac Mini.

Studio Display with Mac Studio
Studio Display with Mac Studio

The desktop system comes in two different variants with M1 Max and M1 Ultra that support 18 8K Pro Res 422 video streams. We got to see the new M1 Ultra, which comes as the most powerful chipset from Apple that can beat the Intel Xeon and Intel Core i9 CPUs with faster performance.

Lastly, Apple has teased a new Mac Pro that may come at a different point of time this year. These were the products launched at the Spring Event from Apple.

What do you think about the Apple Peek Performance Event? Is the iPhone SE 2022 worth it? Do let us know in the comments down below.

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