Apple on Tuesday introduced the latest iterations of its Watch and iPad line, which served as a prelude to its next big reveal expected in the coming weeks. The tech titan normally holds its flagship special event in September to unveil the newest iPhone, but was forced to move it to a later date owing to the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic that has severely disrupted supply chains. Still, Apple has emerged unscathed from the Covid effect: As at Tuesday, its stock is up almost 56 per cent this year, handily beating out the broader Nasdaq's 23 per cent gain. Apple CEO Tim Cook, in his virtual keynote from Apple Park, addressed the challenges brought about by the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic, but expressed confidence that all these will soon be behind us. "Life won't ...read more...