The Apple of Gen Z’s eye

Apple has taken over the world with its MacBooks, iPhones, AirPods and its cutting-edge technology ever since the iPhone debuted in 2007.

Although Apple devices are pricey, their features are addictive, and the products are constantly evolving with new innovations and the latest technology.

Apple products enjoy a broad appeal because the technology embedded in them have helped many navigate through life. Their full line of devices is what people call the Apple ecosystem.

People all over the world have been using images to record their memories, and Apple has gone a step further by making augmented reality available on their iPad and iPhones.

Using location anchors, augmented reality interactions can be located at precise geographic coordinates, allowing you to view them in some of your favourite locations around the world, such as cities, famous landmarks and even your own neighbourhood.

Their newly designed MacBook has also helped many realise their creative potential. From online lessons to making music, many music and content creators use the device to edit their work.

Their groundbreaking wireless earphone technology, called AirPods, meanwhile, has a long battery life that can last up to 24 hours. They are small, light, and compact, perfect for those constantly on the go. AirPods are also equipped with a good, built-in microphone.

The Apple Watch app for healthcare has saved countless lives. Irregular rhythm alerts the user when their pulse is abnormally fast.

If you suffer a hard fall while wearing your Apple Watch, it will ‘tap’ you on the wrist, sound an alarm, and display a notification. You can then call the emergency services or cancel the alarm by pressing the digital crown, tapping ‘Close’ in the upper-left corner, or tapping “I’m OK.”

Yes, I wish I had an Apple Watch too.

This is the personal opinion of the writer and does not necessarily represent the views of Twentytwo13.

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