boy! This is a great moment to be alive. Apple hosted its annual iPhone event at Steve Jobs' new Cupertino campus at the Playhouse, and it's been Apple's biggest event so far in terms of product launches. It has everything you could dream of as a tech lover. And your lucky year, we've got it all here. Here's our exclusive coverage of the Apple event held at the Steve Jobs Theater on September 12, and we'll get to announce every corner of the product. let's start.
The first Apple retail!
Apple retail is truly Apple's biggest product. The company spends a lot of time and money on handcrafting the Apple Store retail experience already. Since retail is Apple's biggest product, like all other things, they're announcing an Latest Mailing Database updated version of its new feature update. It's now called Apple's Town Square, and it's going to be the next generation of Apple's retail experience. The company will be opening these around the world and its not just a one-stop destination to buy Apple products, it will also help you experience Apple.
To do this, the company will push the neighborhood around the neighborhood and cater to their needs. Apple is taking a new approach with retail prices in City Square. It will be a cross between a retail store and an education center. The Genius Bar will also be reworked, it will now be called the Genius Grove. Apple brings all of this what the company calls today at Apple together. Today, Apple is helping people stay up-to-date with the latest technology by organizing fun events and engaging with citizens around town squares, the company's latest initiative such as Photo Walk, teachers every Tuesday, performances by local artists and educational sessions. The company also announced plans to open a number of new stores in cities like Milan, Washington, Paris and New York in the coming year.
Next up, the Apple Watch Series 3
Since its inception, the Apple Watch has been at the pinnacle of wearable innovation. In less than 2 years, Apple Watch has grown into the number one watch in the world, with its years of professional experience beating players in the craft, like Rolex and Rado. Today, Apple has decided to take a step towards its wearable fame, announcing a new and better Apple Watch Series 3. The new Apple Watch now has built-in LTE support for a truly untethered experience. With cellular access on your wrist, you can leave your phone behind while you go for a run or while finishing quick errands.
The new Apple Watch comes with a dual-core processor and an all-new W2 chip to deliver around 85% faster LTE and Wi-Fi while powering efficiently at the same time. It's waterproof like a string 2 and has up to 18 hours of battery life. The Apple Watch's small size forced engineers to rethink how to add cellular connectivity, which the new Apple Watch thinks itself acts as an antenna, and features an electronic SIM that will carry the same amount of a display on an iPhone. The Series 3 Apple Watch will start at $399 for the honeycomb version and $329 for the one without it, with a ceramic version available and it will come in a sneaky gray finish at $1,149 . The new Apple Watch Series 3 ships September 22.
Apple TV 4K
One of the other speculated products that is the long-awaited upgrade is the Apple TV. The Apple TV is the intelligence of the Apple Edition's Siri set-top box. The company announced that the new version of Apple TV is now able to play movies and TV shows in 4K with HDR support in Ultra HD. CEO Tim Cook said that TVs have reached an inflection point with 4K as mainstream adoption. The new Apple TV will push Apple on the same grounds as other providers such as Google's Chromecast, Roku and Amazon with its Fire Stick.
The new Apple TV will support Dolby Vision and HDR10 which will allow for bright highlights. On the software side, it flaunts a new user interface optimized for 4K. When the device is ideal it wants to play a screensaver which can be taken from the camera roll on the iOS device. Remote has also been enhanced and reworked. Interestingly, if you buy an HD movie from iTunes, it will automatically upgrade to 4K HDR at no extra cost. Internally, the Apple TV comes with an A10X fusion chip with 3 gigs of memory. The new Apple TV retails for $179 for 32 GB and $199 for 64 GB and will be available starting September 22
Next up, iPhone 8!
This one has been leaking for months. It finally we have its flesh (or metal and glass to be precise). We've been eagerly waiting for this phone to finally come out. The iPhone is the most hyped high-tech product, and every year, it beats every other device announcement ever made. Apple built the hype months in advance and on the day of the announcement, it made sure the internet exploded. They are again with the iPhone 8. The iPhone 8 is indeed an update to last year's iPhone 7 and it's basically a 7S in every way but the name. The new iPhone 8 and the larger iPhone 8 Plus come with glass and metal designs with glass on the front and two on the back of the phone. For the first time in iPhone history, Apple has included wireless charging with the iPhone 8 which is long overdue. It comes with microscopic water resistance and a better camera system.