Feb 06, 2016 01:40 PM EST

Apple's iPad Air 3 And iPhone 5SE Reveals Price and Specs

For those who have been waiting for Apple's release on the newest versions of iPad Air 3 and iPhone 5SE, you won't have to wait much longer. Prices and specs are being announced prior to its March 15 launch.

The new iPad Air are said to be way better than its predecessors while the newest iPhone has the body of the older iPhone with the hardware from the iPhone 6S.

In the world of computers, the company is planning to unveil the 4 inch iPhone 5SE on March 15. The newest models are the reinvigorated versions of the older models. The 5SE is equipped with an A9 chip and improved camera specs and is said to be priced at $450 for 16GB while the Air 3 will include features from its Pro brothers such as enhanced audio speakers with a possibility of a rear-end LED flash.

Although Apple has not yet finalized the venue of the launching event, sources indicated that the release will be a smaller affair compared to previous which tech followers presume it to be based in Apple's Town Hall in Cupertino.

Other releases that might excite Apple fans are new Apple Watch models with more colors and watch band alternatives, and software updates on current the current OS based devices. 

The launch of the new iPad Air 3 will be the first significant upgrade to Apple's 9.7 inch tablet since the Air 2 was launched in October. It was also indicated that the Air 3 will have a Smart Connector which might mean that a smaller keyboard is in the works. 

Though the launch is still more than a month away and no venue is set, that might mean the schedule will change. It was also explained online that it might change into an online announcement instead. Whatever the case may be, what the computer and mobile world does know is that Apple will be releasing information about its three major product categories: the iPhone, the iPad and the Apple watch.

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