Earlier today at DeAnza College in Cupertino, a couple of miles from Apple’s headquarters and the site of some of its most important product launches ever, Apple introduced the world to the Apple Watch — its first new product category in four years — as well as new iPhones and a new mobile payments system called Apple Pay.
We were in attendance, and covered not only the event itself but the implications of Apple’s announcements on a wide variety of industries. Because you are busy people, we aggregated ourselves: here are all the posts we put out today that pertain to Apple’s historic event.
- Live blog: Apple announces Apple Watch, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Pay
- Apple announces two bigger and faster phones: the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus
- Apple intros A8 chip because bigger iPhones need more horsepower
- Apple’s live stream stumbles, fails amid huge demand
- Apple Pay delivers a double whammy, bridging in-store and online mobile payments
- It’s finally here: Apple’s first foray into wearable technology is called Apple Watch
- The iPod Classic has been removed from the Apple Store online
- Apple rolls out iCloud pricing cuts
- A closer look at how the Apple Watch works (Video)
- Six unanswered questions about the Apple Watch
- Don’t call the Apple Watch a smartwatch, even though it has the same challenges they do
- What the Apple Watch tells us about Apple’s smart home plans
Also, check out the scene from the Flint Center today: