Apple March event recap iPhone SE 3, Mac Studio, iPad Air 5 and more All the big Apple event product announcement

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Apple product launches are rarely low-key, and the Apple March 8 Peek Performance event launched a lot of new products yesterday.

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The iPhone SE 3 has been announced with A15 Bionic power, 5G and several camera upgrades, and there's a new iPad Air 5 with M1 might.

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For power users, Apple has announced the new Mac Studio computer with a blazing M1 Ultra chip that basically gives you two chips in one.

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There's a new Apple Studio Display with 5K resolution and a lower price than the Pro XDR, although it's still pricey.

iPhone SE 3 

The iPhone SE 3 (2022) features the same A15 Bionic chip found in the iPhone 13 lineup, and it adds 5G connectivity. Ceramic Shield front and back. Cost is $429 

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iPad Air 5 

The iPad Air is getting Apple's M1 chip for much better performance, along with 5G connectivity. And it supports the Magic keyboard. Starts at $599.  

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Mac Studio 

Think of the Mac Studio as a supercharged Mac mini with a M1 Max chip, offering 3.8x more power than the iMac 27-inch. Starts at $1,999. 

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Apple Studio Display 

It's a 27-inch panel with 5K resolution and 600 nits of brightness, plus a 12MP camera and powerful speaker system. Starts at $1,599. 

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Apple M1 Ultra chip 

This new super chip packs a 20-core CPU, 64-core GPU and 32-core Neural Engine. And there's up to 128GB of unified memory for $3,999. 

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