Apple’s biggest event of the year is over—one in which it introduced new devices, new software and new services that basically amount to a big next step in the company’s mobile-lifestyle vision.
There are two new big iPhones. There’s a new Apple Watch, called … er … the Apple Watch. Apple unveiled a new way to pay for things with an iPhone or, eventually, with an Apple Watch. A new version of iOS 8 is out, one that will let you operate a big iPhone with one hand and some tapping.
ReadWrite is here to make sense of it all for you. The event may be over, but we’re continuing to roll out our stories:
- Apple Releases The iPhone 6—The “Small” One
- Apple Unveils iPhone 6 Plus, A 5.5-Inch Phablet
- Apple Introduces Apple Pay to Simplify Payments
- iOS 8 Offers Some New Tricks For Big iPhones
- Apple Announces The Apple Watch—But You’ll Have To Wait For It
- The New Apple Watch Leaves Fitness Trackers Looking Unhealthy
- What You Can Do With The Apple Watch
- Once Again, Apple Has No Women On Stage
- What’s The Difference Between The iPhone 6 And The iPhone 6 Plus?
- What Apple Announced: The iPhone 6, Apple Watch And More
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