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Watch Series 6 and a New iPad Air (But No iPhones): Apple’s Event Lineup

Personal Technology With Joanna SternSeason 1 Episode 67September 15, 2020Watch Series 6 and a New iPad Air (But No iPhones): Apple’s Event LineupBy Joanna SternSept. 15, 2020 11:53 pmIn an unusual fall event, Apple left out the iPhone but revealed new details about the new Watch Series 6 and SE, Fitness+ subscription service and redesigned…

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Personal Technology With Joanna Stern

Season 1 Episode 67

Watch Series 6 and a New iPad Air (But No iPhones): Apple’s Event Lineup

By Joanna Stern

In an unusual fall event, Apple left out the iPhone but revealed new details about the new Watch Series 6 and SE, Fitness+ subscription service and redesigned iPad Air. WSJ’s Joanna Stern breaks down what you need to know. Photo illustration: Laura Kammermann/WSJ

Personal Technology With Joanna Stern

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