Today, Apple announced its updates and new releases, including the iPad Pro, Apple TV, and iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Here are the details from this highly anticipated event:
The event at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium started off with an update about the Apple Watch. The Apple Watch will now come in gold and rose gold, and there are new sports bands options to choose from. Apple also announced the release of a wrap-around Hermes band, available for all fashionistas in October.
It turns out iTunes users can live with or without U2 in their accounts. After receiving complaints from customers who can definitely do away with the Irish band's automatically downloaded album, Apple is helping users remove U2 from their iTunes accounts.
A couple of hospitals in the United States are set to hold medical trials with patients of diabetes and chronic diseases using Apple's HealthKit.
HealthKit is a healthcare system that is being developed by Apple. The iPhone maker is envisioning HealthKit as an important tool for collecting health- or fitness-related information, primarily through the use of iPhone apps together with medical and fitness monitoring devices.
In spite of some hitches -- the US Apple Online store was down until 3 AM Pacific Time and reportedly there were issues encountered when pre-ordering via the Apple Store app -- Apple has set a new record for iPhone orders when it opened the pre-order period for the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus last night.
Today marks the much-anticipated unveiling of Apple's newest iPhones. And so far, the results are nothing short of surprising. According to CEO Tim Cook, today's announcement marks the "biggest advance in iPhone." Here's what we know right now:
What are the new iPhones called?
Two iPhones have been revealed: the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6+. Apple is known for using numbers to differentiate its new phones from the previous versions. The symbol is a new addition to the iPhone.
Hours after the debut of Apple's newest iPhone, Sprint is offering a special plan for those who want to can not wait to get the iPhone 6. The new plan promises unlimited calls, texting, and data for only a monthly fee of $50.00. Furthermore , Sprint has established an iPhone for life trade-in program that should give customers an opportunity to own the newest iPhone version every two years.
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