Today's Apple event is a reminder that when push comes to shove, Apple products are still the best-in-class
Today's Apple event is a reminder that when push comes to shove, Apple products are still the best-in-class. As expected, the company launched three new products at the conference, the iPhone 6, the iPhone 6 Plus, and the Apple Watch. Both iPhone models are bigger than the iPhone 5s, with the iPhone 6 Plus as Apple's version of the Phablet. The new phones are thinner with rounded edges and will have faster processors, better cameras, and new motion sensors for health and fitness apps. More importantly, they'll have a new feature called Apple Pay built in, which will allow mobile payments at a variety of locations. The biggest pop from the conference came when the Apple Watch was introduced. The $349 device (available in early 2015) looks incredible and will undoubtedly redefine the smart watch market. Check out the link for further details. (VIEW LINK)
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