The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been priced this morning with the iPhone 6 - the smaller - replacing the iPhone 5s. The iPhone 6 will be available for $199 for a 16GB edition with a 2-year contract, $299 for a 64GB edition, and $399 for a 128GB edition. Remember that these are not off-contract prices - we’ll get those later.
This morning Apple revealed the iPhone 6, the iPhone 6 Plus, and the chip that’ll be bringing them intelligence. You’ll find the Apple A8 Chip inside both of these machines - that’ll be 64-big second-generation processing power. That’ll be brought to you on a super tiny 20-nanometer process, too.
It's time - the iPhone 6 and its larger sibling, the iPhone 6 Plus, are official. This morning Tim Cook took the stage at Apple’s special event to greet the audience with a thank you - "those words mean a great deal to us." Summoning the past with a mention of how they launched the iMac in the Flint Center - the same place we’re sitting now - we get the sense that this event is important.
This morning its become apparent that Apple is hosting more than a few top-level recording artists at their big event this afternoon. The first and possibly most important of these is Dr. Dre - Apple employee. He’ll be joined by no less than Gwen Stefani - complete with a white iPhone and white Beats headphones in tow.
This morning it was confirmed - believe it or not - that Marie Claire is at the Apple Event expected to reveal the iPhone 6 and iWatch. This brand is almost certainly not alone in its origin and aim - attending the event, essentially confirming the idea that Apple will be revealing the iWatch today. Or at least something very fashion oriented. Perhaps Beats-related.
We’re all signed up and ready to roll at Apple’s event center this morning before the big event. We’ll spare you the pleasantries and get this one out of the way right this minute - if you want to follow along, hit up our Apple portal for up to the minute coverage. Below we’ve got the commentary.
If you expected to find a whole lot more inside the Moto 360 this week than you’d seen in our Motorola Chicago tour last week, you’re in for a shock. As iFixit shows us this week, with a score of 3 out of 10 on the repairability gauge, this isn’t the sort of device you want to take apart.
Today the folks at LG are attempting to break up the wave of Apple iPhone 6 hubbub with a note on the LG G3. They’ll be pushing this phone with a deal between September 9th (today) and the 22nd of this month for the phone with a free extra battery and battery-charging cradle. Sound like the battery doubling you’re looking for?