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Apple held its yearly iPhone event to announce the iPhone 15 and if you missed it, we got you covered with all the details.


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On Tuesday, the technology world stopped for two hours for Apple’s annual iPhone event. The richest company in the world kicked off its “Wonderlust” event by flexing its content muscles for the Apple Watch.

A short ad featuring several people whose lives were saved by the watch opened the event and each person told their story of avoiding demise. The advertisement titled “Another Birthday” pulled on heartstrings and Apple showcased the birthday parties Apple Watch users lived to see thanks to technology.


Eventually, the Apple Watch 9 was revealed alongside the Apple Watch Ultra 2. The biggest upgrade is a new gesture that will allow users to control the watch by tapping their index finger and thumb together. By doing this, you can answer a call, end a call, stop an alarm, and even take a picture on your phone. This smart addition makes us wonder why we didn’t have it in the first place.

Pricing will start at $399 for the Apple Watch 9 and $799 for the Ultra 2.


Apple Unleashes The New iPhone 15 Models

During “Wonderlust” Apple announced that the Phone 15 lineup which will hit consumers on September 22. After a year of speculation, the rumors were confirmed that the new iPhones will feature a USB-C charging port instead of the usual lightning port.

Apple Ahead Of The IPhone 15 Launch

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Apple played up the benefits of data transfer speeds and noted that iPhones will be able to charge other electronics such as AirPods when connected to USB-C.

The other big upgrade to Apple’s iPhone is that the ringer switch has been replaced with a programmable button. You can customize the button to open the camera, voice notes, and other apps when pressed. The iPhone 15 Pro models will also be lighter with a titanium body and Apple will offer updated iCloud storage options, adding 6TB and 12TB.

The camera on the iPhone Pro will be upgraded to capabilities of 4K 60fps ProRes video. The iPhone Pro Max will also come equipped with a 5x optical zoom.

See more info on the new iPhone 15 below.



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