Apple announced the next generation of iPhones, iPads and Apple TVs among the major announcements made by the company at the Apple Special Event held in San Francisco yesterday. The company also updated its Watch, other than releasing accessories like a remote, a keyboard and a stylus. Here is a quick lowdown of all the new devices and features announced at the conference yesterday: iPhone 6S & 6S Plus: Apple announced new iPhones - the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus and both come with some interesting upgrades. The new iPhones now feature force touch, or 3D touch, which detects the pressure applied by a user when touching the screen. The phones also feature upgraded 12MP cameras that can record 4K video, and 5MP front cameras with 'retina flash'. Essentially, the device brightens the screen to three times its normal brightness to add light to images. Additionally, the device has been upgraded with a 64-bit A9 chip and now supports WiFi speeds of up to 866 Mbps and 300 Mbps on LTE. Interestingly, Apple now offers a monthly payment plan which lets users upgrade to newer iPhones every year starting at $32/month which includes AppleCare+. Devices sold as part of the upgrade program are sold unlocked, letting users choose their carriers. Pre-orders for these devices will start on the 12th of Sept (in the US), and the devices will be officially available from the 25th of September. iPad Pro: Apple’s new iPad Pro is a monster tablet at 12.9 inches,…
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