Apple CEO Tim Cook introduced the company’s newest products yesterday (March 21st), including a four-inch iPhone SE, which will sell for $399 and is meant to replace the iPhone 5s, and a 9.7-inch iPad Pro, which has a starting price of $600.
The iPhone SE has a faster processor and upgraded camera, while the new iPad Pro has many of the features offered on the 12-inch iPad Pro tablet introduced last year. These downsized versions are meant to appeal to first-time buyers and to those who find the bigger sizes too cumbersome.
Also revealed were new woven nylon bands for the Apple Watch, iOS 9.3 and new features for Apple TV. Apple Watches also got a price cut, and will now start at $299.