New Apple Items for 2017

New Apple Products

Apple ‘Clips’ App

The apple may not fall far from the tree, but Apple inc. is ready to bring a new class of products that will grow their tree a little bit larger. Whether it’s fashion, educational tools or a new downtime activity, Apple’s recently announced products and features are ready to be purchased and downloaded. 

‘Clips’ App

Apple recently announced a free new app dubbed as, ‘Clips.’ The debut video app allows users to create and share expressive multimedia, by combining clips, music and photos into sharable videos. Videos can be shared through iMessage and social media apps that include Instagram and Facebook. With just a singular touch, users can create multi-clip videos and easily add them to their Photo Library. Similar to Snapchat, the app offers fun comic book filters and animated features that make their images and videos artistically quirky. The app also introduces “Live Titles,” a feature that gives users the chance to create animated titles and captions built around their voice. Say something and watch your voice create captions that appear on screen. To be user-friendly, the app supports 36 different languages. Other fun features include: speech bubbles, animated posters, customizable texts and a myriad of shapes. The app is available for download for iPhone and iPad in the Apple store.  

Apple Watch

Spring Line of Apple Watch Bands 

Ready to add some flair to your wrist wear? Apple’s new lineup of bright and fashionable bands, are now available to give your Apple Watch some spunk. Their Spring 2017 collection features exclusive colors that include: berry, sapphire, azure, orange, etc. The collection also offers a variety of chic designs, such as their wide stripe Woven Nylon bands, exclusive Hermès bands and standalone Nike Sport Bands that are perfect for active and outdoor activity. The collection can be shopped on Apple’s official website

Apple iPad

9.7-inch iPad

This year, Apple’s most successful iPad size is finally getting an update. With a brighter 9.7-inch Retina display, the iPad’s remanufactured display has over 3.1 million pixels, offering high-quality pictures and videos, while enclosed in a durable, yet thin aluminum body. The device weighs just one pound, making it easily portable. With an updated performance, the popular size now has an all-day battery life and has access to more than 1.3 million apps specially designed for the new high-performing device. It comes quipped with the Apple-designed A9 chip with 64-bit desktop-class architecture, offering exceptional graphic performance and quicker processing. The iPad also features iOS 10, which provides new methods to using Siri, delivering Messages and a redesign of Photos, Apple Music, News and Maps. The revamped Home app allows users to set up and manage their device’s home in one place. The front and back cameras are built with low-light performance and HD video recording, making video communication exceptional. Other exclusive features include: Split View, Picture-in-Picture and Slide Over. The iPad is retailed at its’ most affordable price to date, starting at $329. Find it online on Apple’s official site or Apple retailers. 

Swift Playground

Swift Playgrounds

Apple’s Swift Playgrounds iPad app has officially expanded its’ language barriers. The app designed to assist students in learning how to code is now available in five new languages that include: Japanese, Chinese, German, French and Latin American Spanish. The educational app gives students the chance to work with Swift, a user-friendly programming language utilized by professionals to generate apps.  Swift Playgrounds also features programming lessons and puzzles that serve as templates to teaching coding concepts. Now being offered in five new languages, a variety of users could experience and apply the revolutionary program to their learning experience. The app is available for download on the App store

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