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Replay the full Apple event and hear some of the best opinionated reactions

The Apple 'Hey Siri' event was this week, and we had our first look at the iPad Pro, Pencil, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, 4th gen Apple TV. If you missed the event and for some reason have two hours and twenty minutes to watch "fluffed" product announcements, it's up here on iMore. The level of...

Apple announces the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus with faster processor, 3D Touch and a much-improved camera

Along with the announcements of the new Apple TV and iPad Pro, Apple also officially announced the iPhone 6s and 6S Plus. While they still feature the same 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays found on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, they do have updated components and an improved build. We saw Lewis from...

Is the 6th Gen iPod Touch a worthy upgrade over the 5th Gen?

Most of us have gotten fairly used to yearly updates for our favorite phones and tech devices, so it's quite amazing that the 5th Generation iPod Touch had an almost three year run without an upgrade. On July 15th 2015, Apple finally released the 6th Generation iPod Touch, and although the new...

The Sleekest and Simplest way to expand your MacBook storage

Running low on hard drive space on your MacBook? Solid State Drive (SSD) updates from Apple are not cheap, and most of us can quickly fill up the 128GB of storage that the base 13" MacBook Retina model comes. External HardDrives are bulky and take away from the portability of a laptop (not to...

Hands on with Apple Watch!

The Apple Watch doesn't ship until 2015 but I've already had a chance to try it on and see it in action. With 38mm and 42mm screen size options, standard, sport, and edition collections, you can customize both software and hardware to suit your own fashion sense, including up to gold plated...

The Apple Watch is official!

Tim Cook has just made the Apple Watch official! The Apple Watch is a next-generation smartwatch that bumps up style to eleven. Integrating seamlessly with iPhone, it's sporting a digital crown that zooms in and out, scrolls through lists and more — so you never have to block the screen for...
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Apple makes Sept. 9 press event official, iWatch reveal expected

As previously reported, Apple has now sent invites to a press event scheduled for September 9 in Cupertino, California and the company is rumored to officially reveal their first wearable device during that event, which has come to be called the "iWatch" by the media. Apple's invites in the...
iWatch rumored to arrive with 2.5-inch square display

Rumored square iWatch could kickstart wireless charging for Apple

The latest iWatch reports have pegged down more specs for the upcoming Apple smartwatch. The watch is reported to be to starting production in July, with a launch set for October (which is right about when we expect to see the iPhone 6). Quanta Computer of Taiwan is said to be the primary...

Apple reveals to FDA it has a moral obligation to enter the wearables market

Apple's conversation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration shows how medicine, technology, and regulation could work together to help users and doctors monitor patient health in a world of connected sensors. As healthcare becomes more connected with apps and wearable devices gain ground,...

Apple uses 'Strength' TV ad to focus on wearables and fitness apps

If you were tuned into the Stanley Cup finals you may have caught the new ad Apple is running. Dubbed 'Strength' and set aside the Robert Preston's song 'Chicken Fat', the ad focuses on wearables and fitness apps available to use on iOS by showing folks using a number of them throughout the...

HomeKit lets your iPhone phone home

Apple introduced HomeKit at WWDC to allow your iPhone and iPad to control your connected home. The current state of connected homes today is that each component requires a separate app and not everything is integrated to make it simple and easy. With HomeKit, Apple is hoping to change that as it...
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Apple's HomeKit will automate your connected home from your iPhone or iPad

Just as expected, Apple has introduced HomeKit during today's WWDC event. HomeKit will integrate with any number of iPhone/iPad apps in order to help automate your home. Using your iPhone or iPad, you'll be able to control devices from the likes of Withings, netatmo, Schalge, Chamberlain and many...

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