Apple Kicks off ‘Peek Performance’ Event – Grab the Live Updates Here

Uzair Ghani
Apple Peek Performance event live updates

Apple has just kicked off its Peek Performance event and you can grab the live stream as well as text updates right here.

New iPad Air, Mac and Display Expected at Apple's Peek Performance Event - Watch the Event Unfold Right Here

You have a solid choice of either watching the event on YouTube using the embedded player below, or scroll down a little if you want to see me drop my own views alongside what Apple announces. Entirely your call.

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  • The live stream is now up and you can fire up Shazam too if you like.
  • For now, we expect a new iPad Air, iPhone SE, Mac Studio and a new, cheaper display from Apple.
  • Apple's choice of music is always on point.
  • Tim Cook is on stage. First Apple event of 2022.
  • First up, Apple TV+. Expect a lot of trailers.
  • It's amazing how far TV+ has come in such a short time.
  • Yup, it's trailer time.
  • Whoever does color grading for TV+ deserves an Oscar.
  • Friday Night Baseball coming to Apple TV+!
  • iPhone 13 now comes in Green and Alpine Green: iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Now Available in Green and Alpine Green
  • Apple iPhone SE now official with A15 Bionic.
  • iPhone SE now supports 5G.
  • Battery life has been improved as well.
  • It's the best compact phone on the planet. Period.
  • You get camera improvements too, thanks to A15 Bionic.
  • This phone is insanely nuts given its size.
  • It starts at $429. Previously the iPhone SE was $399.
  • The New iPhone SE Announced, Brings A15 Bionic and More
  • There's no MagSafe here. Why Apple, why!?
  • Next up - the iPad.
  • It's the iPad Air. A new one.
  • Zero design change here.
  • Guys, it has the M1 chip.
  • Apple just destroyed the competition with this announcement.
  • Of course there's a Center Stage camera.
  • There's 5G here as well.
  • USB-C port is now twice as fast.
  • This jump in performance is so big that it wasn't even needed.
  • There's no Face ID here. It's basically the same thing as last year but with A15 Bionic and 5G. That's all.
  • Same price at $599. 64 and 256GB configurations available.
  • Preorder this Friday and available March 18th.
  • iPad Air 5 Goes Official With Powerful M1 Chipset, Other Hardware Upgrades, Same Design as Previous Model
  • Next up - the Mac.
  • Introducing M1 Ultra.
  • Apple is making massive strides in the processor space in such a short time.
  • M1 Ultra are basically two M1 Max chips connected together. The tech Apple is using here is called UltraFusion.
  • 114 billion transistors.
  • We'll have a detailed post on this chip. This is way too much information to digest.
  • Where are the Apple silicon mock ads now?
  • So many innovations - is the Mac finally getting high-end gaming?
  • There's a new Mac in which this chip is going to live.
  • It's called the Mac Studio.
  • There's a new Studio Display as well.
  • Is Apple killing the Mac Pro given how great the Mac Studio is?
  • This new Mac has a lot of AirPort Extreme vibes.
  • The cooling system takes up half the space in this thing.
  • Mac Studio has lots of ports. Lots and lots of them. Four Thunderbolt 4 ports, 10Gb Ethernet, two USB-A ports, HDMI port and high-impedance 3.5mm headphones jack.
  • There's an SD card slot at the front and two USB-C ports at the front too. Those USB-C ports are Thunderbolt 4 if you configure it like a beast.
  • 7.4GB/s SSD speeds. Up to 8TB option available.
  • Next up - Studio Display.
  • 27-inch display. 14.7 million pixels. 5K Retina display. 600 nits of brightness. Support for over billion colors. True Tone also included. Industry leading antireflective coating.
  • The Studio Display comes with an A13 Bionic chip inside.
  • 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera at the front.
  • Front camera supports Center Stage.
  • Also features built-in speakers with support for Dolby Atmos.
  • Studio Display comes with a Thunderbolt port and a total of four USB-C ports.
  • This display can fast charge a MacBook Pro at 96W.
  • Mac Studio with M1 Max starts at $1999. With M1 Ultra it starts at $3999.
  • Studio Display costs $1599.
  • Both available to order today and shipping March 18.
  • That's a wrap.
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