Following Apple’s big event on Wednesday, a select few of the media was given the opportunity to get some hands-on time with the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus handsets. Here’s a sampling of first impressions from around the web.
Apple has unveiled a higher price for AppleCare+ coverage for its new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus handsets. AppleCare+ for either device is $129.99, while the service fee is $99.99.
The “iPhone Upgrade Program” is structured similarly to carriers new upgrade plans (T-Mobile’s Jump, AT&T Next, Verizon Edge, and Sprint’s Easy Pay), allows customers to get the iPhone 6S without carrier commitment, and a few added benefits.
Apple debuted their new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus handsets on Wednesday. The new devices feature an improved A9 processor, improved cameras on the front and the back, and the new 3D Touch interface.
While it seems it’s never too early to begin circulating rumors about an Apple product, it’s also certainly never too late to publish a few quick tidbits, right up to the opening of today’s event.
Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6s will reportedly include always-on “Hey Siri” voice activation, allowing users to ask Siri for help without pushing the Home button, even when the device isn’t plugged-in.
While we’re expecting multiple product announcements at today’s big event, no one was sure whether Apple would indeed debut the new iPad Pro and iPad mini 4 tablets at the shindig.
It’s almost time for the big September 9th Apple media event, and that means it’s also time for MacTrast to predict what we think we’ll see unveiled at the big event!
Apple’s big “Hey Siri, give us a hint” event kicks off at 1:00PM Eastern/10:00 AM Pacific time on Wednesday, September 9th, and MacTrast is the place to be.
A new image of what is alleged to be packaging for the “iPhone 6s” has been published by Dutch site Techtastic.
We have still yet to see the unveiling of the “iPhone 6s,” however that doesn’t mean we can share some “iPhone 7” rumors, right?
Apple is expected to announce Force Touch as a new feature for their new handsets at Wednesday’s media event. While the feature is based on the same technology used in the latest MacBook trackpads and the Apple Watch, it is expected to be a next-generation version of the tech.
It’s that time of year again, the U.S. Open is in full swing, and we decided to celebrate with tennis-themed wallpapers for your iPad and iPhone.
Now is the time to grab the bundle that not only keeps your iPhone 6 charged for up to 10 feet away from the wall outlet, it also protects it during that entire 10 foot trip!
Well-connected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has issued a note to investors claiming the “iPhone 6s” will be available in the same storage capacities as the current iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets.
The official debut of Apple’s “iPhone 6s,” and “iPhone 6s Plus” is looming on the horizon, and Gazelle says now is the time to lock in the best price for that iPhone 5s, 6. or 6 Plus that you’re planning on trade-in on Apple’s newest precious.