7 October 2018 10:05:00 Apple announced that it has launched two new iPhones, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
These new devices are priced at £999 and £1149 respectively.
Both new iPhones have dual-lens camera cameras and a glass display.
Both are powered by the latest 8-core Apple A9 processor, though the iPhone SE is being sold with a more powerful 9-core A10 processor.
Both new iPhones come with an 8GB RAM option, although the iPhone 8S has the option to have 4GB RAM for $800 and the iPhone XS comes with 8GB of RAM for only $1,000.
Both phones have wireless charging.
Both the iPhone and iPhone SE feature a new Face ID feature, but unlike the Apple Watch, Apple has opted not to enable it for its upcoming smartphones.
Apple has also said that it will not allow users to turn the Face ID off when not in use, and will not be providing an option for users to switch between the camera modes.
Apple also announced that they have been able to bring back the Apple Pencil, and added a new colour option for its iMac Pro.
Apple also announced a new Mac Pro desktop computer, which includes an AMD Ryzen processor and 16GB of DDR4 RAM.
The desktop computer comes with an Intel Core i7-8700K processor, up to 16GB RAM and 256GB PCIe SSD storage.
The iPhone 7 will be available on September 30th, with the iPhone 9 coming later in the year.
Apple announced a number of new features for the iPhone in the lead up to the launch of the iPhone.
Apple Watch has a number more features that were previously announced for the device, including a new design and a more efficient charging system.
The new iPhones also come with a new camera mode, which has been renamed FaceTime HD for the time being.
The new FaceTime camera mode is available in both portrait and landscape modes.
The iPad Air 2 is now also available, with its new 12.9-inch model and a new 12-inch MacBook Pro model, with 12GB RAM.
The MacBook Pro 12.3-inch and 15.6-inch are also now available.