This last week, it’s been all about Apple and its latest range of stylish and shiny tech toys. And by the looks of it, the hype is yet to die down. And if you’ve been too busy to keep track of all the products it’s launched, here they are, packaged in bite-sized news.
Let’s welcome the highly anticipated iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
Lots of rumours and leaks have been indicating at not one but two bigger iPhone 5S successors, and Apple didn’t disappoint when it unveiled the 4.7in iPhone 6 and 5.5in iPhone 6 Plus. Both are the thinnest units Apple ever made, and as another first for the company, the smartphones will come in 128GB versions.
The iWatch is dead; instead, here’s the Apple Watch
Apple’s jumped on the smartwatch bandwagon with its Apple Watch, and it’s one that’s got many excited over it. You’ll have plenty of options to choose from – it will come in a stainless steel, sport, and 18-carat gold options, and in two sizes for each model. But, you’ll need to hang on till early 2015 before you can strap it on your wrists.
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iOS 8 is officially here
If you’ve yet to take a look at your calendar, go ahead and do so – it’s 17 September, meaning that if you have an iPhone 4S and iPad 2 or newer, you’ll be able to download iOS 8 from today onwards. Apple’s already detailed the features of the new operating system at WWDC, so you can expect all these tweaks coming your way.
The iPod Classic is no more
Apple’s finally axed the iPod Classic and although it may have been the best music-pumping buddy for many, its term is officially over. Apple’s even updated its website which now shows nothing about the last remnant of the original iPod design – no announcement, memorial page, or candlelight vigil even.
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This iPhone 6 case has Wolverine’s powers
Obviously, with the launch of such a popular smartphone comes the array of accessories you can adorn them with. And one vital piece of accessory is the casing for your device. With Innerexile’s Hydra case you won’t need another, because it’s got self-healing powers – meaning that it’ll pretty much heal itself from minor scratches.