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Watch all of Apple’s Far Out event videos: iPhone 14, Apple Watch 8, and AirPods Pro 2

Following Apple’s Far Out event earlier in the day, the tech giant has been dropping a bunch of related videos on its YouTube channel.

The videos offer a fast way of learning about new features coming with the latest iPhone 14 phone, Apple Watch, and AirPods Pro devices.

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So, without further ado, here are all of the videos that Apple has shared on its YouTube channel today.

Let’s kick off with “the biggest news from the Apple event,” a 53-second production that’s a valiant attempt by the company to include everything from Wednesday’s tech extravaganza (of course, it doesn’t really succeed, which is why there are more videos offering greater detail below):

The biggest news from the Apple Event | Apple

With the iPhone taking center stage at Apple’s unveil event, here’s a video showing the four new devices — the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max — and the differences between them:

A Guided Tour of iPhone 14 & iPhone 14 Pro | Apple

This video focuses on the better-priced iPhone 14 handsets — the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus — and takes a look at some of the new features:

iPhone 14 & iPhone 14 Plus | Big and Bigger | Apple

Next up, Apple spends just over four minutes delving into the iPhone 14 Pro, highlighting new features such as the always-on display, the Dynamic Island, and an improved camera:

Introducing iPhone 14 Pro | Apple

Sticking with the iPhone Pro, this next video from Apple takes more time to explore the benefits of the Dynamic Island:

Introducing Dynamic Island on iPhone 14 Pro | Apple

Next up is an introduction to the new Emergency SOS safety feature for the iPhone that lets you use a nearby satellite to call for help when there’s no cell service or Wi-Fi available:

Introducing Emergency SOS via satellite | Apple

Moving to the Apple Watch, the company on Wednesday took the wraps off the first Ultra version of its smartwatch, its most rugged Apple Watch to date featuring a tough titanium case, multi-day battery life, three new specialized bands, a customizable Action button, and precision dual-frequency GPS:

Introducing Apple Watch Ultra | Apple

Apple also launched the Apple Watch 8, which now comes with a Crash Detection feature, a temperature sensor for deeper insights into women’s health, and an enhanced Workout app:

Introducing Apple Watch Series 8 | Apple

Another Watch-focused video highlights the health and safety features of the new Apple Watches:

Apple Watch | Dear Apple | Apple

Finally, Apple offers a look at the new AirPods Pro, the second version of its high-end earbuds that have been “built from the ground up”:

AirPods Pro | Rebuilt from the sound up | Apple

If you fancy watching the entirety of Apple’s 90-minute presentation, then hit Play on the video embedded below:

Apple Event — September 7

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