Everything You Should Know About the iPhone 6, Apple Pay and Apple Watch
Apple unveils new iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch. Today, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed the new iPhone 6 on Thursday. “Today, we are pleased to announce the biggest advancement in iPhone.”
Here is everything you need to know about the new Apple devices.
#1. The new model iPhone 6 will have a larger screen.
The new model iPhone 6 has a 4.7-inch display, while the iPhone 6 Plus has a 5.5-inch display.
#2. The resolution and speed of the iPhone 6 will be even better.
The resolution of the new phone is 1334 by 750, with 326 pixels per inch, while the phones will run on the Apple-designed A8 chip, which has up to 25 percent faster processing power and up to 50 percent faster graphics.
#3. The battery life of the iPhone 6 will last even longer
The energy efficiency of the iPhone 6 is also increased, up to 50 percent, which will provide even better performance.
#4. The price of the iPhone 6 has stayed relatively the same.
New iPhone 6 prices will range from $199 for the 16GB model to $399 for the 128 GB version. The iPhone 6 Plus price will range from $299 for the 16 GB to $499 for the $128 GB.
#5. Apple is in the payment business.
Apple revealed a new service called Apple Pay, which includes an “entirely new payments solution.” The feature will work with American Express, MasterCard and Visa. The new system will be more secure than carrying a credit card. With the contactless system, so cashiers don’t see consumers’ name, card numbers, or security cards. Apple will also be unaware of what consumers bought.
#6.Apple reveals the Apple Watch.
The Apple Watch is described as “the most personal device we’ve ever created.” It will allow users to scroll, zoom and navigate the device from the digital crown. The Apple Watch also features the Siri app, and a heavy fitness element. The apple watch will start at $349 and will be available early next year.
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