The tech giant hosted its virtual event on Tuesday (09.15.20), but there was no sign of the new iPhone 12, which is usually unveiled in September.
The all-new Apple Watch 6 features, for the first time, a pulse oximeter to detect blood oxygen levels by using red and infrared light to measure the color of owners' blood.
The will help with research for respiratory diseases and Covid-19.
The wearable comes with a price tag of $490, and will be available from September 19.
A high-end version, which has GPS and cellular capabilities, is priced at $599.
The budget version, the Apple Watch SE, costs $279 and only has GPS, but if GPS and cellular functions are desired, it's $329.
Elsewhere, they announced the Fitness+ service, which comes with programed workouts run by leading fitness experts.
This is included in the Apple One bundle, which is $29.95 per month for the premium option or for $14.95 per month with fewer services included.
What's more, Apple unveiled their A14 Bionic chip for the iPad Air 4, which starts from $599.
Apple hailed it as "by far the most advanced we've ever made" with transistors so tiny they "challenge the laws of physics".
The company added: "We're talking about a scale so small, they're measured in atoms."
As for when to expect the iPhone 12, Apple previously announced that it will be delayed by a month to October, due to Covid-19 production setbacks
During an investors meeting on July 30, Apple executive Luca Maestri said: "Last year we started selling new iPhones in late September.
"This year we expect supply to be available a few weeks later."
It's expected that there will be four versions of the iPhone 12 released, including their first 5G-ready device.