Apple is the latest company to dive into the face mask segment. With the pandemic still causing infections, wearing masks is a must. So, the iPhone maker has come up with its unique version of the mask called Face Mask. This has been designed by the same engineering team that has developed iPhone and iPads over the years. Also Read - Epic Games to stop “Sign-in with Apple” logging from September 11
However, Apple has strictly made these for its own employees. So, all the people working at the retail store and in its campus will be provided one of these. They will start shipping the face masks to the employees in the coming weeks. As mentioned in this report, the Apple ClearMask has a three-layer design. This includes the filter that blocks incoming and outgoing particles, the bacteria stuff as well. The masks are reusable, allowing you to wash and reuse each of these for up to 5 times. Also Read - Apple event on September 15 could focus on new iPad and Apple Watch Series 6
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Apple has made sure the materials used to make the mask were carefully selected. And they have made sure none of the materials used affect the supply chain situation for other important medical equipments. The face masks from Apple already got FDA-approved, allowing them to manufacture and offer it to employees. The Apple Face Mask is lightweight and comfortable to wear. It shows the full face of the person wearing, allowing better communication at the retail floor. Also Read - Apple rolls out iOS 13.7 with COVID Exposure Notification: Here's how it works
Apple to host launch event on September 15
The brand announced dates for its new launch on September 15. However, this event will not be focused on the much-awaited iPhone 12 series. Instead, the brand will be unveiling the new iPad and its Apple Watch Series 6 at the event. The affair would be the first of its kind where we have a main Apple event around September but no new iPhone in it. However, the move wouldn’t exactly be a shocker since the brand had already announced back in July that their new iPhone series had been delayed.