Apple held its annual summer event at Apple Park on September 7th, during which it unveiled a slew of other products with a larger iPhone 14 Plus replacing last year’s mini model and two very well-equipped iPhone Pro models. The event also includes revamped AirPods Pro and three new Apple Watches. In case you missed the event, we’ve rounded up the key information about every product you need to know about.

Apple’s iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus  

Following the iPhone 13 series, Apple released the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. That means Apple has chosen to go the other way over “regular” and “mini” models. Instead of introducing a Mini, Apple introduced a larger 6.7-inch model this year.

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus will run on the same A15 chip as the iPhone 13 and offer a similar design, though the iPhone 14 Plus is of course larger.

On the camera front, the iPhone 14 features a 12-megapixel main camera with a larger 1.9-micron pixel and a wider F1.5 aperture lens, as well as optical image stabilization. The iPhone 14 also has a stunning new camera system that improves low-light photography by 49%.

Otherwise, it’s pretty much the same as the iPhone 13, except for satellite communication in case of emergency, crash detection, and some new colors. 

The phone will no longer have a SIM card holder, which means you’ll have to rely on eSIM. If you’re in the United States, you can only use eSIM. It’s not a big deal unless you’re someone who travels internationally a lot and wants to avoid roaming fees.

iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max  

In addition to the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, Apple also announced the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Like the previous versions, they’re made of stainless steel but swap the groove design for something completely different. The Pro model comes in some pretty cool colors, including deep purple, gold, silver, and space black, and has an improved display.

The devices also feature the most impressive iPhone camera system to date. The 48-megapixel camera has a four-pixel sensor – the equivalent of four professional lenses at the ready. It captures four times more information than ever before, and the A16 bionic chip analyzes and refines every pixel. Now, professional photographers can capture raw images of 48 megapixels, uncompressed.

The pill-shaped cut houses all the usual FaceID sensors, but it has become a feature, fused with the software in something called a “Dynamic Island”, a truly Apple innovation that’s hardware and software and something in between.  

This dynamic island will display notifications and messages from running apps such as Apple Music, which then animate, bloat, and seem to expand out of the actual cut. It can play music, sports scores, FaceTime videos and more-all without distracting you from what you are doing right now. That’s pretty cool.  

Apple Watch Series 8

The Apple Watch Series 8 doesn’t add many extra features compared to the Apple Watch Series 7, so the design, display, and software are essentially the same. The difference is the addition of a 24-hour temperature sensor, which works with cycle tracking to detect when you’re ovulating, or at least predict when you’re likely to ovulate. It also has new motion sensors that can detect if you’ve been in a car crash and then alert emergency services and emergency contacts.

Apple Watch Ultra

As rumors have predicted, there will be a new adventure-centric version of the Apple Watch called the Apple Watch Ultra. It has a sturdy titanium case, a chunkier, a protected crown, and a new programmable shortcut button that activates various functions, such as taking you back to your starting point if you get lost. All the buttons and the crown on the Apple Watch Ultra have been enlarged to be used while wearing gloves. 

Apple Watch SE 2

A third Apple Watch was also unveiled at the September event, this time as the second-generation Apple Watch SE. The watch has a larger display than before and new motion sensors, which can be found in Series 8 for collision detection. It offers three colors including silver, midnight and starlight. 

Apple AirPods Pro 2  

Apple’s new AirPods Pro looks familiar, but its innards have changed a lot. They have a new H2 processor for more advanced noise reduction and spatial audio, and new tips for better passive noise reduction. Add six hours of game time (for a total of 30 hours) and a charging case that can be charged using the same charger as the Apple Watch, and you have an upgraded experience. 

Although iPhone 14 comes with some upgrades, you’ll find plenty of similarities with the iPhone 13. With the launch of iOS 16, the iPhone 13 will also have all of Apple’s latest software features, including a customizable lock screen display which makes the iPhone 13 remain one of the best phones around. If your budget is limited and you still want to experience the new iOS 16, iPhone 13 is probably a better choice. Don’t forget to get discounts from coupon sites like CouponCabin, or CouponBirds to cut your cost. 

Overall, the iPhone 14 doesn’t seem to be much of a leap forward from the iPhone 13. But if you own an iPhone 12 or older, or if you want to splash out on the new, larger Plus, the new phone might interest you.