Apple unveiled a new Apple Watch and new iPads at an online event on Tuesday evening.

The Watch Series 7 has a larger screen thanks to thinner bezels.

The same goes for the iPad mini.

Apple presented the Apple Watch Series 7. The new model has a larger screen, thanks to thinner bezels.

This allows more information to fit into the picture.

For example, it would be easier to type on the Watch, thanks to swipe gestures.

The screen also bends slightly in the edges and the image is a bit brighter.

According to Apple, the battery lasts about 18 hours, but would charge faster than its predecessor.

Watch Series 7 costs $399 and will be available "later this fall."

Apple did not mention a specific date.

New iPad mini has bigger screen

Apple also presented new iPads.

Apple presented a new iPad mini.

The tablet has a new design with right angles and thin bezels around the screen.

Due to the thin bezels, the iPad mini now has an 8.3-inch screen.

The previous model from 2019 has a 7.9-inch screen.

The iPad mini now also supports the Apple Pencil.

This allows users to draw and write on their screen.

Apple's new tablet costs $499.

The Dutch prize will follow later tonight.

The regular iPad also received an update.

It resembles earlier versions with quite large bezels around the 10.2-inch screen.

It also has a home button.

He does have a new A13 chip with which the device should work faster.

On the front, it has a 12MP camera for video calling.

The iPad costs $329 for the model with 64 GB of storage.

The Apple event is still going on.

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