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Apple’s Newest iPhones and iPads Are Here!

Apple’s annual September event was held earlier today in San Francisco, and they offered up a wide array of new hardware, including updates for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV! Here’s our rundown of the highlights.

Introducing the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
They look just like their predecessors, but it’s what’s inside that counts. Both iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus boast Apple’s turbo-fast A9 64-bit processor, all-new 3D Touch, a (much-needed) 12-megapixel camera, and 4K video. Available in silver, gold, space gray, and rose gold. And with Apple’s new iPhone Upgrade Program, if you’ve been waiting to upgrade your iPhone, now is the perfect time.

iPhone 6s will ship with the new and improved iOS 9, which features a smarter Siri, better battery life, and, on the iPad, picture-in-picture and multitasking, which will work great with today’s other big announcement, the iPad Pro. iOS 9 will be available September 16th.

iPad Pro—the flagship of the iPad family.
The all-new, larger iPad Pro—starting at $799—is the powerhouse of the iPad family. Sporting a 12.9” display, and the new A9X 64-bit processor, iPad Pro is perfect for work, movies, gaming, and everything in between. Boost your productivity with Apple’s new Smart Keyboard—the new tactile keyboard—and the new Apple Pencil stylus. iPad Pro will ship in November.

But iPad Pro didn’t get all the love. Apple also rolled out the new iPad mini 4, which is thinner and lighter than ever. It’s also the fastest mini yet, with a lightning-fast A8 processor and 802.11ac Wi‑Fi technology.

New Apple TV—now with Siri.
Apple’s future of television, the new Apple TV starts at $169 and will be available in late October. The new Apple TV’s remote has a touch surface to easily glide across selections. Use Siri to search for movies, shows, game stats and more, while Apple TV searches across multiple platforms (iTunes, Netlfix, Hulu, HBO and Showtime) to find exactly what you’re looking for.

If you’d like to watch the full keynote for yourself, you can check out the archived livestream.

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