Apple’s Peek Performance Unveils New iPhone SE 3, Mac Studio, iPad Air 5, And More

The March 8 Peek Performance event unveiled a slew of new items.

A15 Bionic power, 5G, and various camera enhancements have been introduced for the iPhone SE 3, while a new iPad Air 5 with M1 might have been announced. Apple has revealed the new Mac Studio computer, which has a blistering M1 Ultra CPU that combines two chips into one. There’s also a new Apple Studio Display with 5K resolution that costs less than the Pro XDR, albeit it’s still expensive.

Peek Performance Has Apple Fanatics Excited

Even though the event is ended, there is still lots of information about the new items leaking out, so bookmark this page for the most up-to-date information as well as our professional analysis and opinion.

iPhone SE 3 (2022): The iPhone SE 3 (2022) comes with the same A15 Bionic processor as the iPhone 13 range, plus 5G connectivity. Both the front and rear of the shield are made of ceramic. It will set you back $429. However, there are a few unexpected iPhone SE 3 flaws.

iPad Air 5: Peek Performance announced that iPad Air 5 has Apple’s M1 processor for significantly improved performance as well as 5G connectivity. It also works with the Magic keyboard. The price range begins at $599.

Think of the Mac Studio as a supercharged Mac mini with an M1 Max or even more powerful new M1 Ultra processor, which provides 3.8x the processing capability of the iMac 27-inch. The price ranges from $1,999 to $2,999.

Apple Studio Display: The Apple Studio Display has been updated. It has a 27-inch display with 5K resolution and 600 nits of brightness, as well as a 12-megapixel camera and a strong speaker system. The price range begins at $1,599.

Peek Performance revealed that the Apple M1 Ultra processor has a 20-core CPU, a 64-core GPU, and a 32-core Neural Engine. There’s also up to 128GB of unified memory available. The processor will be available as an option in the $3,999 Mac Studio configuration.

Also, Apple discreetly eliminated the 27-inch iMac, leaving the Studio Display as Apple’s lone 27-inch panel. They also launched a green iPhone 13.