We’ll first talk about the new iPhones, then we’ll hit up the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil, too.
The new smartphones come in silver, gold, space gray and rose gold.
One of the biggest new additions is a 3D touch screen.
Next you’ll see the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus camera app in action. Nearly four in five said they wanted longer battery life from their next phone, however.
iOS 9 was also showcased, featuring several improvements from better multi-tasking to improved maps and notes applications. It looks nice, it is an Apple product afterall, and makes the tablet appeal more to the business user which it is clearly aimed at. The iPhone 6S has some notable improvements, including a 3D touch screen, 4k videos and a 12 mega-pixel camera. The price of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus Silicone Cases will be $35 and $39 respectively. The iPhone 6S will start at a price of $199 for a 16GB variant. The users of existing iPhones and iPads have a reson to cheer as a free update is on the way next week bringing transit directions, a news-viewing app and other refinements. The keyboard is carefully created to work smoothly with all of the unique features of the iPad Pro, 9to5Mac reports. All the new watch products will be available from today.
The 32GB model will cost $799 which roughly converts to £520.
Third, if you’re wondering about what else you can actually do with the Pencil and the Smart Keyboard, at launch the iPad Pro will support stylus-compatible versions of both Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Cloud. The company also has its Apple Watch which could become a hot gift for some to give this holiday season.
The online video box, Apple TV, is redesigned to include a new operating system, working with Apple’s Siri voice recognition search and control engine and around entertainment applications, or apps. On the iPhone, Cook said the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus are the “most advanced iPhone and most advanced smartphone in the world”.