All the imaginations came true. This time iPhone gets bigger,with a new wearable device and iOS 8.But you didn’t find any time to watch the Apple event live.No worries,I am going to tell what you have missed.
Let’s have a look:
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus:
This year Apple unveiled two big iPhones, iPhone 6 and iphone 6 plus.These two will come with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screens, respectively with all new generation Retina Displays — Retina HD. You will get you iPhone thinner and they will have a redesigned keyboards, faster graphics processing and a new motion coprocessor (for tracking motion and distance data), and better battery life than the iPhone 5s.Apple promised to make you experience faster Wi-Fi and LTE, with support for VoLTE.
You will get an updated camera with phase-detection autofocus, and optical image stabilization debuts in the 6 Plus, and the phone now supports 1080/60p and 30p, with slow-motion 120fps or 240fps, continuous autofocus and image stabilization. The FaceTime camera has a new sensor and f2.2 aperture, plus burst mode, better face detection, and single-shot HDR for still or video.
US users will have new iPhone 6, the 16GB version is just $199, while 64GB costs you $299 (instead of 32GB that the 5S carried at that price), and $399 bumps you up to 128GB. And for UK, it’ll cost you £539, £619, and £699, respectively, and in Australia the line of iPhone 6s will set you back AU$869, AU$999, and AU$1,129.
You will get iPhone 6 Plus 16GB, 64GB and 128GB at price of $299, $399 and $499 respectively for US residents and £619, £699, and £789, respectively, for UK users. Australian pricing is AU$999 for 16GB, AU$1,129 for 64GB, and AU$1,249 for the top-of-the-line 128GB model. Available: September 19.
“One More Thing,” this trademark was for Apple’s new wearable device Apple Watch instead of iWatch.It uses a “Digital Crown” ,that thing on the side of an analog watch you use to set the time — for navigation, as well as addition to touchscreen swiping and Siri, and provides haptic feedback.
You will get a second button on the watch for Digital Touch which brings up a list of your favorite contacts, and supports tap-based shortcuts. There is a sensor on the watch activates the display when you raise your wrist, and it bears a completely different interface than iOS, optimized for a small screen. It has a flexible Retina display with a sapphire screen, a variety of sensors for motion and health tracking, and it supports inductive charging. Apple told about some interesting applications, like the ability to unlock a hotel-room door, as well as Fitness and Workout.
There are six different straps in addition to watch faces, each of which uses a standard means to change them. Users will have there collections; Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport (most durable), and Apple Watch Edition (18K gold). It also requires an iPhone, though it will work with the 5 series as well as the iPhone 6 versions. It starts at $349. Apple has not revealed pricing for the UK or Australia, but $349 converts to around £220 or AU$380. Regardless, you won’t be able to get one until early 2015.
Apple announced a new feature which the company has been preparing for a long time.This is Apple Pay which will make new iPhone 6 and Apple Watch owners to use their devices to pay with a tap for everyday purchases.Credit card info is integrated through PassBook, and it uses the TouchID sensor to authenticate a payment; the retailer gets just a single-use number verified by the bank instead of your name and credit card number, whether brick-and-mortar or online.
“This whole process is based on this little piece of plastic, whether its a credit or debit card,” CEO Tim Cook said on event yesterday “We’re totally reliant on the exposed numbers, and the outdated and vulnerable magnetic interface — which by the way is five decades old — and the security codes which all of us know aren’t so secure.”.
And Apple claims doesn’t monitor your purchases. It will launch with support from 83 percent of all banks and 220,000 US merchants. Apple Pay will launch in the US in October.
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