The new 9.7-inch iPad is actually a bit thicker than the iPad Air 2; its case is about the size of the original iPad Air, but it has a much cheaper price tag, starting at $329 for 32GB of storage (or £339 in the U.K.).
That tablet is powered by Apple's fast A9 chip, the same one that's in the iPhone 6s, but it lacks the special screen on the iPad Pro, including its True Tone display and wide color display.
The RED special edition of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus only comes in the 128GB and 256GB options, not the 64GB option.
Apple is ditching the 16GB and 64GB models of the iPhone SE, and replacing them with 32GB and 128GB options.
The new color options for the silicone models include Azure, Camellia, and Pebble.