Apple's Remarkable Devices

Apple has Announced Remarkable Devices Since 2005

Apple traditionally sends more appealing invitations to the press entities for announcing upcoming events including a tagline teasing expected products. We are providing significant information about the events and measures from 2005 to date from the tech giant.

Apple’s Developments of Products Year-Over-Year

2005

Apple presented iPod with the slogan “1000 songs in your pocket”, On September 7. The company announced Motorola ROKR (iTunes-supported phones) and iPod nano. On October 12, the company announced iPod Video (iPod Classic), iMac with i-Vision, and iTunes 6.

The company also announced its top-line computers on October 19, specially designed for professionals. Apple presented PowerBook (with high-resolution display), Power Mac G5 Dual, Power Mac G5 Quad, and Aperture.

2006

Apple presented upgrades to existing product lines including iPod with Hi-Fi and Mac mini–Core Duo on February 28. The company announced iPod Nano 2nd Generation, iTunes 7, and Apple TV on September 12. Apple also showed off iPod 5th Generation and iPod Shuffle 2nd Generation.

2007

Apple announced the iPhone smartphone 30 years after the company’s first launch on January 9. The tech giant presented Final Cut Server and Final Cut Studio 2 on April 15 mentioning ‘Lights Camera Apple’. The company also showed off the iPod 3rd Generation, iPod touch, iPod Classic, and iTunes 7.4 on September 5.

2008

The iPod Touch 2nd Generation, iPod Nano, and iTunes 8 were announced on September 9. Apple also announced MacBook (24-inch display), Nvidia GeForce 9400 MacBook Air, and Nvidia GeForce 9500 MacBook Pro on October 14.

2009

Apple showed off iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 3rd Generation, iPod Nano 5th Generation, and iTunes 9 on September 9.

2010

The tech giant unsurprisingly announced the iPad on January 27. Meanwhile, rumors earlier predicted the Apple Tablet is on its way. Apple presented iPhone OS 4.0 to provide a sneak peek into its features on April 8.

The company also showed off Apple TV 2nd Generation, iPod Shuffle 4th Generation, and iPod Nano 6th Generation on September 1. The firm presented Mac App Store, MacBook Air 2nd Generation, Mac OS X Lion, and iLife 11 on October 20.

2011

Apple showed off iOS 4.3, iPad 2, and GarageBand & iMovie for iPad on March 2. The company also presented iOS 5, iPhone 4S, Siri, and iCloud on October 4.

2012

Moreover, Apple TV 3rd Generation, iPad 3rd Generation, and iOS 5.1 were announced on March 7. The company announced iPhone 5, iPod Nano 7th Generation, iPod Touch 5th Generation, and iOS 6 on September 12. Apple presented the iPad mini, iPad 4th Generation, MacBook Pro 3rd Generation, and iMac 8th Generation on October 23.

2013

Apple presented iOS 7, iPhone 5s, and iPhone 5c on September 10. The company announced the iPad mini, iPad Air, Mac Pro, and OS X Mavericks on October 22.

2014

The tech giant showed off iOS 8, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Pay, and the first Apple Watch on September 9. Moreover, iPad Air 2, iPad mini-3, OS X Yosemite, and iMac 27-inch with Retina display were announced on October 16.

2015

Apple announced MacBook with Retina display and MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display on March 9. Apple presented Pencil, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, Watch OS 2, Watch Hermès, and Apple TV on September 9.

2016

Apple showed off iPhone SE, iPad Pro (9.7-inch), Apple Watch Bands, and iOS 9.3 on March 21. However, iPhone 7, iPhone 7s, Air Pods, and Apple Watch Series 2 were presented on September 7. The company announced MacBook Pro (Touch Bar) and the Apple TV app on October 27.

2017

The iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Apple Watch Series 3, watchOS 4, and iOS 11 were announced on September 12.

2018

Apple presented the iPad 6th Generation on March 27. The company showed off iOS 12, iPhone XS Max, XS, XR, and Apple Watch Series 4 on September 12. The tech giant announced the iPad Pro 3rd Generation, MacBook Air 3rd Generation, and Mac mini 4th generation on October 30.

2019

Apple TV+, Apple News+, Apple Card, and Apple Arcade were announced on March 25. Meanwhile, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, Apple Watch Series 5, and iPad 7th Generation were presented on September 10.

2020

Apple Watch SE, Watch Series 6, iPad, iPad Air, Apple Fitness+, and iOS 14 were announced on September 15. The company presented the Home Pod mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, and iPhone 12 Pro on October 13. Apple showed off MacBook Pro (13-inch M1), Mac mini (M1), MacBook Air (M1), and macOS Big Sur on November 10.

2021

Apple announced iMac (M1), iPad Pro (M1), and Air Tag on April 20. The company presented the iPad 9th Generation, iPad mini 6th Generation, Apple watchOS 8, and iOS 15 on September 14.

The tech giant showed off iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, and Apple Watch Series 7. Moreover, MacBook Pro (M1) and Air Pods 3rd Generation were announced on October 18.

2022

Apple presented Mac Studio, Apple A15 Bionic, and Apple M1 Ultra. The company also announced iPhone SE 3rd Generation and iPad Air 5th Generation on March 8.

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