Apple Posts September 2015 iPhone 6s Keynote Video On YouTube – Watch It Here
You can now watch the Apple September 2015 iPhone 6s 'Hey Siri, give us a hint' event online.
Just a while back, Apple posted its entire 'Hey Siri' keynote on the company's official YouTube channel, and you can watch it straight away. But in typical fashion, we've embedded the video down below so you don't have to pull off any sort of legwork.
Apple's 'Hey Siri' event was a major one in a lot of ways. The company took the liberty to announce a refreshed Apple TV that features a whole new UI, third-party apps support, Siri and of course, a brand new design. Furthermore, Apple also took the wraps off the giant 12.9-inch iPad Pro along with the company's first ever stylus otherwise known as the Apple Pencil. On the smartphone front, the Cupertino tech giant unveiled the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus which is packed to the rafters with tons of great features and innovation, such as a 3D Touch display, Taptic Engine, as well as a mighty A9 chip with a 12-megapixel camera sensor. Regarding the Apple Watch, it saw some announcements as well, such as the introduction of a Gold and Rose Gold color variant for the Sport model as well as a bunch of new bands.
Apart from the most obvious announcements, Apple slipped in a few surprises as well. For example, the company silently updated the iPad mini and revealed the iPad mini 4 which is more of a repackaged iPad Air 2 with powerful internals. Apart from that, the company also announced a brand new iPhone Upgrade Program, allowing users to upgrade to the latest and greatest iPhone without having to destroy their wallets.
If the entire keynote is anything to go by, then it's a clear sign that Apple is not resting on its laurels and is going to push further when it comes to introducing new and innovative products to the world. And while the Cupertino tech giant gets a lot of hate for jumping on the bandwagon slightly late than others, but it's worth noting here that Apple adds a lot of attention to detail on a product before pushing it out in the public domain.
Be sure to give the entire keynote a watch if you missed it on the 9th of September. And don't forget to let us know in the comments section which was your favorite announcement.
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