The new Apple Series 6 has a new health sensor that will measure blood oxygen levels using red and infra-red light. Apple claims the entire process only takes 15 seconds.The newest generation of the Apple Watch comes with an upgraded chip — the S6 — that’s 20% faster than the previous generation.The Apple Watch also debuts the company’s ‘solo loop’. The watch’s band has no clasp, no bucket, or any overlapping parts — and it has a braided variant.In addition to having seven different watch faces to customise, users will also have the option of selecting between seven different colors for the watchband.The Apple Watch Series 6 will be available to order starting Friday, September 18.The Apple Watch SE is the Apple Watch Series 6 toned-down version for the budget consumer. It has the same large display and all the same sensors but the previous generation S5 chip. Like the Apple Watch Series 6, the Apple Watch SE will also be able to choose between the ‘solo loop’, ‘braided solo loop’, or ‘leather link’ watch bands.The Apple Watch Series SE will be available to order starting Friday, September 18.AppleOne’s individual plan comes with Apple Music, Apple TV, Apple Arcade, and 50GB of iCloud storage bundled together.AppleOne’s family plan has the same three services as the individual plan but with 200GC of iCloud storage. Up to six family members can be added to the plan.The iPad Air 4th generation comes with an A14 Bionic chip, and it's the first to use nanometer transistors. The company claims that it fit 11.8 million of these tiny transistors onto a single chip.With the upgrade, the new iPad Air will have a 40% jump in CPU performance and 30% faster graphics as compared to the previous generation. The new generation of iPad features the A12 Bionic chip. It brings Apple’s neural engine to the iPad for the very first time, according to the company. It claims that the iPad will now be able to carry out 5 trillion operations per second.