Included were the iPhone 6s, the iPhone 6s Plus, the iPad Pro, and the new Apple TV. Apple did not disappoint when the company introduced the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, which will come in four finishes: silver, gold, rose gold, and space grey. Witness the 3D Touch in action on these two devices.
The new 3D Touch will allow users to “peek and pop” so you can move in and out of content without losing your place.
In short, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are faster and offer a new way to navigate your phone. Some folks worry the battery life on the new phones might not be as good as previous versions.
In 2007, Steve Jobs said that Apple products would never use a stylus.
The iPhone 6S Plus’ 16GB variant will come at a price of $299.
Pre-sales will also open on September 12 for some European markets, and the devices will also go on sale in stores on September 25. Positioned as a computing device for professionals, iPad Pro has a 12.9-inch screen with 2739x2048p resolution and comes with the Apple Pencil stylus and Smart Keyboard docking cover to boost productivity.
The Slim Book Pro and Messenger Universal for iPad Pro will both be available for purchase in November. It will start at $799 with the memory of 32GB.
Apple hasn’t confirmed the United Kingdom prices yet, so they could be even higher.
Another addition to the iPad Pro, which is an obvious shot at Microsoft’s Surface Laplets, is the new Smart Keyboard.
Upgrades to the Apple Watch and Apple TV were also released.
A much rumoured revamp of the Apple TV was also confirmed, with Apple’s voice assistant technology Siri now integrated to use in searches. Apple hasn’t changed the design of the new iPhones but it has added a number of new features inside that do differentiate the generations. For example, paying for an on-demand app for one channel means that you can pick and choose what you pay for.
In terms of software, the new operating system, iOS 9 was described in greater detail.
The new Plus lasts for slightly longer than its smaller sibling.