The new iPhone range is the 'Rolls Royce' of Apple phones - Aki Anastasiou
Apple has officially unveiled its new iPhones, Apple Watches and an iPad as well as new details about Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade.
The three devices appear similar to their predecessors, but Apple has upgraded their respective camera systems to allow for wide-angle photos while making improvements under the hood that result in longer battery life and faster performance than before.
Tech Guru Aki Anastasiou says the prices for the new phones are a little cheaper.
They launched the release of the new phones and they've reduced the price of the original phones.Aki Anastasiou, Tech Guru
It is like the Rolls Royce of Apple phones. If you really want to be at the top of the pile, you need to get the iPhone pro.Aki Anastasiou, Tech Guru
Anastasiou says the latest software update will have some new features.
Make sure you backup your phone before you do the update. There are so many features you will enjoy with the update.Aki Anastasiou, Tech Guru
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