Apple Event

iPhone 6s pricing and release details: Rose Gold replacement

iPhone 6s pricing and release details: Rose Gold replacement

This afternoon Apple revealed the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus, effectively replacing the pricing tier that included the non-s models revealed last year. This includes a 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB model for both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Entry-level models will have a 16GB internal storage size, just as they did last year, and pricing will be largely the same as last year's models.

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Apple iPhone 6s event could be the largest in company history

Apple iPhone 6s event could be the largest in company history

Rumors of devices that could be shown at Apple's event tomorrow are adding up to one massive undergoing for the company. If indeed we DO see more than just the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, Apple will have changed the script they've set for themselves over the past several years. While this event is traditionally only the place where we learn about new operating system features in iOS as well as the new "s" devices, tomorrow's event could also play host to smart home upgrades via Apple TV (a new Apple TV), as well as new iPads and Apple Watch accessories.

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Apple event live streaming on Windows 10, too

Apple event live streaming on Windows 10, too

Just so long as you've got a Windows 10 PC with Edge, Apple will allow their event to be streamed to you. Apple announced this morning that their next big event will be taking place on September 9th at 10AM Pacific Time, and that they'd be streaming said event. Generally this sort of Apple-only stream requires that you own an Apple device to watch. With this event, Apple drops said requirement in favor of Edge technology on PC's running Windows 10. Could this be a sign of collaborative efforts in the near future?

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Apple event confirmed for September 9th

Apple event confirmed for September 9th

Apple confirms an invitation-only press event set for Wednesday, September 9th in San Francisco. This event will take place at 10AM Pacific Time and SlashGear will be covering the event on-site. This event has been confirmed with an invitation which includes the top of an Apple logo with multiple colors waving in and out. Also included is the phrase "Hey Siri, give us a hint." This event will likely contain reveals of several devices including the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

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Apple’s September event might be held at Bill Graham

Apple’s September event might be held at Bill Graham

While almost everyone is busy trying to set up camp for IFA 2015 next month, Apple is also busy, although more silently, to prepare its own September event where it is expected to unveil more than just the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. As always, the location of Apple's events are kept with the utmost secrecy that would make the CIA weep, but, as always, some things leak out. Apple is tipped to be preparing something at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in California, with dates that seem to coincide with Apple's expected event.

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Apple Watch event rundown: everything we saw or heard

Apple Watch event rundown: everything we saw or heard

This week Apple's Spring event delivered final details for the release of the Apple Watch. Along with the final drop, the company revealed that they'd been working with HBO for an exclusive on web-only streaming content for their Apple TV. The service is called HBO NOW and it requires no cable subscription to get you HBO content. They'd also been working on a new MacBook line. This new MacBook is slim, light, and works with a keyboard that runs edge-to-edge - just like its display glass.

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Five compromises to consider with the 2015 MacBook

Five compromises to consider with the 2015 MacBook

A new, shiny MacBook. Sounds amazing, except it might not be for everyone. There’s a lot going for Apple’s awesome new MacBook; it’s thin, Retina, and that new trackpad is pretty impressive. Still, not everything about the MacBook will keep people flocking to an Apple Store to snatch one up. All that slim metal has to have some compromises, right?! It does, and before you start queueing up for a new computer, take a second to read this article. You’ve got some thinkin’ to do.

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This is the new Apple MacBook: Hands-on

This is the new Apple MacBook: Hands-on

With a newly thinned-out body, trackpad, keyboard, and parred-down collection of ports, the New MacBook is truly simplified. This device is not a MacBook Air - and it's certainly not a MacBook Pro. This device sits beside the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro in a lineup that'll go through 2015 and beyond. Will the MacBook replace the MacBook Air eventually? Maybe. For now, it looks like this notebook is going to stand on its own as a rather unique piece of work - a new generation of MacBook hardware, to be sure.

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MacBook Retina pricing, availability are now official

MacBook Retina pricing, availability are now official

The new MacBook is sexy as can be, but how much are you going to shell out for it? It’s not going to come cheap, unfortunately. It is, however, a totally new addition to the MacBook lineup, so you have increased options. If you really want to grab one, they’ll be shipping April 10. The pricing starts at $1,299, and gets all the way up to $1,599. That’s not cheap, but it is supplemental to the rest of the lineup, so you don’t have to make any tough choices.

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Apple announces new, thin, Retina MacBook

Apple announces new, thin, Retina MacBook

After breaking new ground with ResearchKit, Apple has reinvented their existing MacBook platform. “The definition of portability has changed in the last several years, led by iPhone and iPad” said Apple CEO Tim Cook. “We challenged ourselves to reinvent the notebook”. They did, too. A gorgeous new MacBook Air landed today, and it’s — it’s stunning. More or less, it lines up with rumors we’d heard about previously, but in being official, we now have reason to get excited. For the fashionable, it now comes in different colors, too -- silver, space grey, and gold!

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Apple TV gets price drop to $69

Apple TV gets price drop to $69

Today at Apple’s event, we started off on a strange footing. Rather than leap right into the Apple Watch, CEO Tim Cook lead off with Apple TV. Not only will Apple TV users have access to HBO Now exclusively, Apple is also dropping the price. Rather than $99, Apple TV will cost a mere $69. The price change is in effect immediately, so if you need a new streaming device, “now’s the time”, says Tim Cook. It might not be, though.

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HBO NOW heads to Apple TV with no cable required

HBO NOW heads to Apple TV with no cable required

This week during an event centered on Apple Watch, Apple also revealed that new content would be coming to Apple TV - one of these bits being HBO NOW. HBO would be bringing content, primarily - "we're offering content from all the leading content providers," said Tim Cook, and that includes ESPN, Showtime, Disney, ABC, PBS, and more, now. Also present at the event was Richard Plepler, CEO of HBO. "This is a transformative moment for HBO," said Plepler, showing Game of Thrones, Band of Brothers, True Detective, and Angry Boys onscreen.

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