Watch and hear the Apple design chief talk you through all of the exciting new features of the iPhone X in a restrained and aristocratic British way that no one else in the world can. Apple also introduced the Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV.
Apple will sell two versions of the Apple Watch Series 3, with a non-LTE model starting at $329, and a cellular model at $399.
The Apple Watch Series 3 model with cellular capabilities will start at $399 and be available on select carriers in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States on September 22, with pre-orders beginning September 15. The original Series 1, without Global Positioning System, sells for $249, down from $269.
At its annual event on Tuesday to unveil its latest hardware products, Apple launched its third-generation Apple Watch - the first with cellular built in.
Apple Watch, now with useful features! The Apple Watch Series 3 will be available to order beginning September 15. Apple announced it at a special event held at its new campus in Cupertino.More news: Retail inflation in August shoots up by 3.36%, highest in five months
Apple states that the Watch will now run on a dual core processor which is 70% better than the previous generation.
With 4K compatibility, the Apple TV is revealing its newfound ambitions to compete with Hollywood studios and streaming platforms like Netflix.
While most of the hype for Apple Inc. Siri will also faster with the updated chip and help you with any needs.
The Apple Watch has risen to become the "number one watch in the world", over companies like Fossil, Rolex, and Omega, which is a pretty important statement when you consider the fact that just last year it was #2 in the ranking, having experienced 50 percent year-over-year growth in the interim. How is Apple getting that 97 percent customer satisfaction out of their watch users? The monitor will now show you even more information such as resting heart rate, recovering heart rate and much more.
Customers will be able to order iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus beginning Friday, September 15, with availability beginning Friday, September 22, in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, UAE, the United Kingdom, the US and US Virgin Islands. These devices will have a Retina HD display complete with TrueTone technology, glass on both the back and front sides, and come available in Silver, Space Grey, and Gold.
The new TV will be available on September 22 as well and will begin at $179 for its 32 gigabyte version.