As usual, Apple covered a lot of ground quickly today, and since the event concluded, more details have emerged about everything announced. We’ve been combing Apple’s product pages, Twitter, and other sources to learn more about its services, iPhones, Apple Watches, and AirPods Pro, which we’ve collected below:
- Hardware frames are now available for the iPhone 14.
- Kate Matthews has created a handy guide showing the relative sizes of each iPhone 14 and 14 Pro model.
- Not technically from today’s event, but yesterday, 9to5Mac reported that Apple is distributing a GymKit Certification Assistant app in the App Store to help gym equipment manufacturers integrate with Apple’s health and fitness products and services.
- Hardware frames are also available for the Apple Watch Series 8 and Ultra.
- MacRumors reports that the Apple Watch Ultra ships with a charger that includes a braided cable, an Apple Watch first.
- Benjamin Mayo reports for 9to5Mac that the Nike Analogue, Bounce, Compact, Digital and Hybrid watch faces will no longer be tied to Nike versions of the Apple Watch and will be available for everyone when watchOS 9 is released September 12th.
- I’m not sure there will be too many people pouring one out for the Apple Watch Series 3, which has worn out its welcome in Apple’s lineup, but as Juli Clover reports for MacRumors, it was officially discontinued yesterday.
- Apple quietly released version of the third-generation AirPods that charges using a Lightning cable only, according to MacRumors.
- MacRumors reports that AppleCare+ has expanded from two to unlimited repairs for the iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac.
- Fitness+ will be available later this fall on all iPhones whether or not you have an Apple Watch in all 21 countries where it is available.
- On Monday, September 12th, Fitness+ will add to its Artist Spotlight series with the music of Mary J. Blige, The Rolling Stones, and The Weeknd and add a new Pilates for More Than Your Core Collection of workouts.