Apple’s annual fall event always brings new iPhones to the market, and this year’s Far Out presentation didn’t disappoint fans.
The company announced its latest iPhone 14 models, its most advanced Apple Watches, and a new AirPod Pro 2. For more details on the new products, Cheddar News has you covered.

The new iPhone 14s

iPhone 14 — Starts at $799; preorder Sept. 9, available Sept. 16
iPhone 14 Plus — Starts at $899; preorder Sept. 9, ships October
iPhone 14 Pro — Starts at $999; preorder Sept. 9, ships Sept 16
iPhone 14 Pro Max — Starts at $1,099; preorder Sept. 9, ships Sept. 16

Like all new iPhones, this new set of iPhone14s is the latest and greatest lineup of phones that Apple has produced.

For the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and the 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Plus, there are five colors to choose from, including a light blue option. Batteries will last longer, with video playback lasting 20 hours on the iPhone 14 and up to 26 hours on the iPhone 14 Plus. Cameras are better than ever, with a new action mode offering a stabilization feature for videos. The front camera is also  upgraded, with a larger aperture and better autofocus for low-light photography.
The top of the line iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max will come in at the same sizes, but pack more punch with an A16 Bionic chip and four colorways, including purple. The notch design on top of the phone has been replaced with a “dynamic island” pill look, just in case you wanted to show off you have the latest iteration of the smartphone.
The displays will always remain on even though you are not using the phones, but battery life will be extended, especially with a low-power mode. The cameras produce higher quality images with a 48-megapixel camera and improvement in low-light situations among other bells and whistles.
One new feature across all phones is a satellite emergency service for iPhones 14 and above called Emergency SOS . This partnership with Globalstar will allow users out of range from traditional cell services to send emergency alerts. If the user has a clear view of the sky, it could take as little as 15 seconds to send a message. The service will come for free for two years with new iPhone 14s and will start in November.

Apple Watches

Apple Series 8 — Starts at $399 for GPS model, $499 for Cellular model; available Sept. 16
Apple SE — Starts at $249; available Sept. 16
Apple Watch Ultra — Starts at $799; preorder today, available Sept. 23
Apple is adding three new members to the Apple Watch family: Apple Watch Series 8, Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Ultra.
The Apple Watch Series 8 is probably the most sensible option for the average consumer. It’s swim-, dust-, and crack-proof; can last up to 36 hours on one charge; and has better tracking features than previous models. Adding to Apple’s medical ambitions, the new Watch’s body temperature capabilities are able to help women track their ovulation. A severe car crash monitor builds on Apple’s previous fall monitor and will let people alert emergency services from their smartwatches if an accident is detected.
The Apple Watch SE is an entry model for smartwatch users. While it might not have as many bells and whistles, it’s perfect for younger users who might not be ready for an iPhone but still want to stay connected.
The Apple Watch Ultra is aimed for the extreme athlete who wants to monitor their every move. Made out of titanium, the watch can last up to 60 hours on a single charge and has an "action" button that would allow the user to connect with the device even  when wearing gloves. It can track diving activities — so yes you can do more than swim — and has precise GPS locators so you know exactly where you parked your car if you decide to go off-the-grid.

AirPods Pro 2

Airpods Pro 2 — $249; Available Sept. 23
These headphones build on Apple’s advanced wireless headphones, giving six hours of battery life on a single charge. We’re also a fan of the speaker on the case, as well as the MagSafe charging capabilities.