Apple Event

The Apple Watch health research studies just got a lot more interesting

The Apple Watch health research studies just got a lot more interesting

During its keynote today, Apple detailed its ongoing research related to the Apple Watch, including the device's ability to help users detect the presence of a condition called AFib. The company has introduced three new health studies, including the Apple Hearing Study, Apple Women's Health Study, and Apple Heart & Movement Study.

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Apple TV+ subscription detailed: Originals, price, and availability

Apple TV+ subscription detailed: Originals, price, and availability

Apple has introduced Apple TV+, the company's new video subscription service. As expected, the company is launching a number of original shows on its new service, which the company first introduced earlier this year. During its September event today, Apple took the wraps off the rest of the details, announcing that its new service will arrive in more than 100 countries soon at a very low price point.

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This Apple Event’s big hero: An affordable iPhone

This Apple Event’s big hero: An affordable iPhone

The September 10, 2019 Apple Event won't only be about the iPhone 11, or whatever Apple will call their next smartphone hero. It'll be Apple's next move after one iPhone model out-shipped every other smartphone model in the world for the past year. That model was the iPhone XR.

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Apple event date released early in iOS 13 Beta

Apple event date released early in iOS 13 Beta

Hidden within the files sent with the latest version of iOS was a clue suggesting Apple's next big event would occur on September 10th, 2019. This would most likely be the next big iPhone event, one which is expected to show Apple's next two iPhones. These would be what we're currently calling iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max - until a time at which the final names are confirmed by Apple itself onstage at whichever venue at which they'll reveal these iPhones is chosen.

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Apple Card: The fine print Tim Cook didn’t mention

Apple Card: The fine print Tim Cook didn’t mention

Apple Card is a credit card that exists as a physical card with details on an iPhone. Today Apple showed the Apple Card for the first time ever - and made a pretty convincing case for how the card could be better than any other credit card. The Apple Card launches later this year, and we'll know more about how you'll attain said card then. For now, we're digging in to the details posted by Apple - especially where said details did not appear onstage today at Apple's event.

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Why Oprah blessed Apple with her presence

Why Oprah blessed Apple with her presence

Not since The Beatles catalog release on iTunes has there been as icon-centric an Apple event as this. Today Oprah Winfrey stood onstage to join forces with Apple. Literally, she said that. "We want to be heard, but we also need to listen," said Oprah. "That's why I'm joining forces with Apple."

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Apple event today: Here’s how to watch live

Apple event today: Here’s how to watch live

Live in effect today is an Apple event the likes of which we've likely never seen before. Right now we're looking at the several different ways in which you can watch and experience the Apple event live, including live video from the Steve Jobs Theater, imagery (photos), captured video, and our main news feed in which you'll find all the news fit to post. This event will begin at 10AM PDT, which is 11AM Mountain Time, 12PM NOON Central Time, and 1PM Eastern Time.

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Apple TV service event will only matter to you in one way

Apple TV service event will only matter to you in one way

A bit of a leak of Apple's next event showed the content of the announcements the company's about to make. Apple's got some entertainment on-hand in the TV department. They're apparently set to deliver a new service in which they sell subscriptions to services that already sell subscriptions. The biggest differences for you will be in price and in availability - sort of.

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Apple video service will make starry March 25 event debut: Report

Apple video service will make starry March 25 event debut: Report

Apple was tipped to call upon "Hollywood stars" to attend a March 25th event for the launch of a new video service. This video service would join a new News subscription service that'd also launch on the same day, at the same event. The video service would be similar to, but not the same as, major video streaming services already on the market like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix.

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New iPad Pro 2018 official with USB-C, Face ID, flat sides

New iPad Pro 2018 official with USB-C, Face ID, flat sides

Today Apple revealed a newly redesigned iPad Pro for 2018 with no home button and USB-C on its bottom. The Apple Pencil magnetically sticks to its side, and there's a giant camera on its back. This iPad Pro comes with some rather interesting sharper edges than previous iPads, and it's got an LCD up front that covers more of the front side than any iPad before - there's still a bezel, but it's smaller than it's been in the past.

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MacBook Air 2018 detailed with Retina display and Touch ID

MacBook Air 2018 detailed with Retina display and Touch ID

Today Apple revealed a new MacBook Air in New York City, a MacBook Air for the year 2018 and beyond. This new MacBook Air was revealed to roll with a new set of colors, including gold and silver, along with two USB-C ports and a headphone port. This MacBook Air was revealed to have a 13.3-inch display with "4 million pixels" and a 50% narrower bezel around its face.

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Our Apple Event expectations for October 30

Our Apple Event expectations for October 30

There's a whole lot of Apple going on on Tuesday, the 30th of October, 2018. There's an event in which Apple's planned to reveal a bunch of new devices and/or software and/or services. We've got a pretty good idea of what they're bringing to the table, and we'll be at the event getting up close and personal with the whole lot, too. Today we're taking a peek at our list of expectations and rolling out that list for you, the reader, as well.

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