Nike Air Max 1 ’86 sneakers.

Apple announced new iPad products and accessories during an event on Tuesday.Apple CEO Tim Cook donned Nike Air Max 1 ’86s created, in part, using Apple products.The exclusive sneakers will not be available to the public for purchase.

Tim Cook flexed his sneaker game while unveiling new iPad products and accessories during a recent Apple event.

Cook kicked off Apple’s livestream event on Tuesday while wearing one-of-a-kind Nike Air Max 1 ’86 sneakers. A Nike representative told Business Insider that the sneakers were inspired by Apple’s new products: the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil Pro.

The sneakers are one-of-a-kind.

“Starting with our iconic Nike Air innovation, the one-of-one Air Max 1 ’86 was designed entirely on the all-new iPad Pro with the first-ever Apple Pencil Pro. We’re so excited to have had a sneak peek at what this groundbreaking device is capable of,” a statement from Nike read.

The tongue features “Made on iPad.”

The white shoes also feature rainbow stitching around the iconic Nike swoosh and the heel in a nod to the Apple Pencil Pro. On the front, the shoe’s tongue is adorned with the Nike swoosh and includes the phrase “Made on iPad.”

The shoes will not be available for purchase to the public, according to Hypebeast.

Apple iPad Pro.

An Apple press release said the company’s new iPad Pro advancements were made possible with the M4 chip, which it described as “the next generation of Apple silicon.”

“M4 features an entirely new display engine to enable the precision, color, and brightness of the Ultra Retina XDR display,” the press release said.

Apple fans can also expect to see a thinner, lighter version of the Magic Keyboard and redesigned iPad Air.

Online orders for these products began May 7. They’ll be available in stores on May 15.

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