In just a few days, Apple’s new iPhone 6 and iWatch will be unveiled at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino. To date, Apple is remaining quiet about the reported leak of celebrity’s nude photos on iCloud and instead, trying to build momentum for the new iPhone 6 and iWatch.
On September 9, a webcast will be used to introduce the two new products, which starts at 10:00 am. However, the webcast will be limited to IOS or Safari on OX X and Apple TV peripheral, which means other windows users will not have access.
Both the iPhone 6 and iWatch have been long-awaited products so consumers are anxious to learn more about them and make purchases. The iPhone 6 will deliver new technological features, making it a must-have. The phone is available in two sizes, one with a 4.7-inch screen and the other with a 5.5-inch screen. The phones also have softer, more rounded edges and have a one-handed mode for turning the device on and off.
The iPhone 6 is also designed with NFC, which is a digital payment system by Apple. Although not yet confirmed, there have been rumors that the system will have support of MasterCard, Visa, and American Express. Additional perks for both the iPhone 6 and iWatch is the 128 GB option and competitive pricing.
According to insiders, the power button on the iPhone 6 has been moved to the side and there is a chance the device will come with a programmable multi-function key to include a barometer.
The iWatch, which is a wearable computer, is the first produce unveiled under Timothy D. Cook. This unique watch will be sold in two sizes and comes with unique features to include fitness and health monitoring capability but it also displays maps. The iWatch also boasts a flexible screen, protected by a beautiful sapphire cover. One additional feature that consumers are excited about is a battery that can be recharged wirelessly.
Almost everything associated with the iPhone 6 and iWatch has been engineered by Apple, which is unique to competitors. As in true Apple style, these two products are expected to take the market by storm.