iPhone 15 lineup and new Apple Watch lineup arrive worldwide
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iPhone 15 lineup and new Apple Watch lineup arrive worldwide



On Friday, September 22nd, iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, Apple Watch Series 9, Apple Watch Ultra 2, the new Apple Watch SE and AirPods Pro (2nd generation) will be available with MagSafe Charging (USB-C) has arrived in Apple Stores around the world. Apple team members celebrated with the first customers to explore the latest products and were ready to support them with exceptional service and personal shopping assistance.

The iPhone 15 series features a new design with a durable, color-infused glass on the back and a new contoured edge. With its durable yet lightweight aerospace-grade titanium design, iPhone 15 Pro offers Apple’s lightest Pro models ever and ushers in the next generation. High-level performance and mobile gaming with the A17 Pro. Camera systems across the range take portrait photography to the next level with improved low-light performance, and a new 5x telephoto camera – exclusive to iPhone 15 Pro Max – is great for close-ups, wildlife photos and more.

Apple Watch Series 9 is more powerful than ever with the new S9 SiP and, together with the new Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Ultra 2, reaches a significant environmental milestone on the path to Apple 2030: Apple’s plan, across its entire company and at to be carbon neutral throughout the manufacturing chain and product life cycle by 2030. For the first time, customers can choose a carbon neutral option for every Apple Watch. All models feature a groundbreaking new double-tap gesture, and Ultra 2 has the same battery life of 36 hours with regular use and up to 72 hours in power save mode.

Customers can discover and purchase Apple products at their local Apple Store and on apple.com and the Apple Store app. In store and online, Apple Specialists are available to assist customers with many great retail services, including selecting the products that best suit their needs, trading in old devices, finding a vendor deal, and commissioning new devices.