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No, we didn’t get the Apple Car or a free U2 album. But at a special event in San Francisco Wednesday, Apple gave us the details on two new iPhones and iPads, an Apple TV, and several fancy Apple Watch band options. Learn what exactly Apple presented and start preparing yourself to want all these new products.
We have stylish Apple Watch bands, plus two new Sport Watch models.
The Apple Watch is getting stylish, with three Hermès bands, four new Sport bands, and two new Apple Watch Sport models — available today. The new software update, watchOS 2, is arriving on Sept. 16 and comes with several exciting features like Time Travel and the ability to work as an alarm clock.
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The iPhones 6S and 6S Plus are the two new members of the iPhone family.
It’s just another September for Apple, as the company showed off the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, the newest additions to the iPhone family. A bigger screen, a rose gold model, 3D Touch technology, and more await you in these phones.
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The iPad Pro wants to become your new computer.
Apple wants the iPad to become your new computer with the iPad Pro, a bigger and more capable iPad than ever before. For optimal usage, you can now buy a Smart Keyboard or Apple Pencil to essentially make the iPad Pro a functional computer on the go.
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The iPad Pro gains a stylus.
The new stylus from Apple, the Apple Pencil, is set to make a key difference for designers who will buy and use the iPad Pro. It’s sleek and easily rechargeable.
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The new iPad Mini 4 is smaller and less pricey.
If you’re looking for a smaller iPad, the iPad Mini 4 is exactly what you need. It will only cost $399, comes in two colors, and has an eight-megapixel camera.
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Apple TV wants to become a more permanent part of your life.
The new Apple TV is not only better, it also has its own operating system called tvOS. With this Apple TV, you can now do a variety of actions you couldn’t before, like fully utilize Siri and the App Store.
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Finally, iOS 9 is arriving to your phone in a few weeks.
Start making space on your iPhone and iPad for iOS 9, arriving as a free software update on Sept. 16. There are several reasons to download it like a longer battery life, a better Siri, and another reason to use Apple Maps.
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Mac OS X El Capitan might also be arriving pretty soon.
While Apple didn’t officially confirm it on stage, a demo displaying the iPhone 6S 3D Touch technology showed an email stating that OS X El Capitan will arrive on Sept. 30. Though it’s not a huge overhaul, it includes upgrades like split view that you’ll definitely want.
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The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus camera has an incredibly cool feature.
It’s not a GIF, it’s not a video, but a preserved image called Live Photos, which captures a photo as usual but with sound and the ability to play it as an animation. In its essence, it brings a moment to life for you while remaining a photo.
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