Apple CEO Tim Cook noted that the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and ApplePay could certainly be enough to call it a day, but instead he took the stage for "the next chapter of Apple's story" to introduce the long-awaited... Apple Watch?
After the reveals about the iPhone 6's hardware specs, Tim Cook once again took the stage to talk about what we're going to see in iOS 8. A little surprisingly, Cook jumped right in with long-rumored mobile payment system, officially called Apple Pay, beginning with a ad about the current "hassles" of paying for items with a credit card.
Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Philip W. Schiller had the pleasure of detailing the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which will be available for preorder on September 12th, with in-store availability coming September 19th.
After the — let's admit it — largely unsurprising information about the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus overall, Apple brought developer Super Evil Megacorp onstage to show off the capabilities of its new A8 processor. Super Evil Megacorp (who may or may not care if Apple wants to be a "force for good") gave the audience a preview of its game Vainglory, which actually looks pretty good.
Apple CEO Tim Cook roared onto the stage at the Flint Center in Cupertino on Tuesday morning, wasting not a moment by jumping right into the announcement of the long-awaited, highly anticipated iPhone 6.
After months of speculation, September 9 is finally here, and that means Apple executives will take the stage later today to announce the latest and greatest from Cupertino. The live streamed event can be viewed on Apple TV, and we've rounded up the latest rumors of a U2 connection as well as a bombastic ABC News promo about the event for today's Morning Report.
Today singer Adam Levine joined the embarrassingly long list of Samsung spokespeople who just can't stop using their beloved iPhones. The revelation is particularly remarkable in Levine's case, as just last week he was quoted in a presser for Samsung's Milk Music service that he'd be participating in "a ceremonial iPhone burning" after the event.
If the word coming in from multiple sources is correct, Apple will announce both the 4.7- and 5.5-inch iPhones tomorrow, countering speculation that the Cupertino company would wait a few months to announce the larger version. We also reportedly have names for the units now, which seemingly marks the end of the last bit of secrecy associated with the project.
Tuesday will finally conclude months of rumors, speculation, and leaks about Apple's next smartphone, but not before the iPhone 6 could get shown off on video — apparently fully assembled and functional. Our Monday edition of the Morning Report also takes a look at a potential security measure in Apple's mobile payment plans, as well as teases forthcoming updates to Adobe's video applications. Click to read more!
By next week, the hottest stories will all be features unveiled in the newest release of iOS 8 and of course, the iPhone 6. And maybe, just maybe, we'll also be talking about the iWatch. It's only a matter of time, so while you wait, lets see what else has been going on.