Here you can get a quick and simple overview of the biggest stories from the week that was.
The year’s biggest event for Apple fans ran launched this week, where Tim Cook and compagni showed off several major news from the company.
Greatest, and quite as expected, was the news of two new iPhones: iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. The two new iPhones builds on the design and the qualities of the iPhone 6, but now with faster giblets, new display technology and a better camera.
Apple, however, was ready with more than new iPhones and iPad Pro, megatableten launched a new apple TV which can also act as video game console and a smaller and facilitates the iPad mini.
You can see all the biggest news from Apple’s event including:
Apple iPhone 6S and 6S Plus-here is the news
Apple is true to its own tradition and launches an s upgrade of iPhone and iPhone 6 Plus 6. New screen, new camera and more power is drag the patch.
Comparison: Here is the difference between iPhone 6S and 6
Should you upgrade your iPhone to the new iPhone 6 6s or not? You can find out in this detailed comparison between the two latest iPhones.
Several iPhone models are deleted;
Apple scrap quietly models such as the popular iPhone 6 and 5S in gold. You now need to be quick if you want to make sure a.
iPhone 6s has more RAM, but less battery than iPhone 6
Apple failed completely to talk about several important specifications for iPhone 6s at Wednesday’s presentation. Now more of those details out.
Apple launches iPad Pro on 12.9 “with keyboard and stylus
Apple launches the iPad’s biggest ever, as with its giant screen on 12.9 “and enormously powerful hardware is called iPad Pro.
Apple reveals new Apple TV with Siri and its own App Store
After 2.5 years of silence launches Apple 4. generation of Apple TV, which brings new, improved hardware with it together with integration of Assistant Siri.
Apple launches iPad mini 4: a mini on a diet
While all eyes were directed at Apple’s new hypertablet iPad Pro, a new iPad mini was launched.
IOS 9 for iPhone and iPad ready next week
Next week Apple will release iOS 9 to the public-a new version of the operating system for iPads, iPods and iPhones.