Apple introduced their newest iPhone 7, which feature better water resistance, an improved 12-megapixel camera, a 64-bit four-core A10 Fusion processor, stereo speakers, and new home button design with a force-sensitive taptic engine home button. However, the biggest surprise of the event was the removal of a headphone jack, and the introduction of new wireless AirPod earphones that last 5 hours before recharge, which are set to be available late October for $159. Apple also unveiled the next generation of the Apple Watch, which they’ve dubbed Series 2.
Pre-orders start Friday September 9th and the devices are available for purchase in more than 25 countries from September 16. As far as the price goes, the iPhone 7 starts at $649 and the iPhone 7 Plus starts at $769, both available in 32GB/128GB/256GB storage spaces.
Finally after all the rumors and anticipation, Apple unveiled their customizable sapphire crystal smart watch. It features a luxury design with a capacitive and force touch square face that uses what Apple is calling a “Digital Crown” for navigation, scroll and zoom. The Apple Watch will be available early next year in 2 sizes and 3 different styles with a price starting at $349. What do you think? Are you buying?
Apple Introduces Fingerprint Scanning iPhone 5s with Gold Version and Colorful iPhone 5c, Available Sept. 20th
Apple unveiled two brand new iPhone models along with completely redesigned iOS 7 software. First they showed off the lower priced, multi-colored 5c (2 year contract: $99/16GB, $199/32GB), which is made with a hard-coated polycarbonate (plastic) body and is available in green, blue, red, yellow and white. They next introduced the 5s (2 year contract: $199/16GB, $299/32GB, $399/64GB), which features a Touch ID fingerprint scanning home button, a desktop class 64bit A7 CPU chip, M7 chip, and color availability in gold, space gray, and white. You’ll be able to get your hands on both iPhones on September 20th, but only the 5c can be pre-ordered on September 13th. Are you buying?
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If you thought Apple was finished when they announced their new iPhone 5 last month, then you’d be wrong because they just wrapped up one of their biggest product announcements yet. First Apple unveiled a thinner retina 13-inch display MacBook Pro laptop (starts at $1,699), then they introduced their new 80% thinner iMac ($1,299 for 21.5in/$1,799 for 27in), and they topped off all these big announcements with the 4th Generation iPad (starts at $499) with a new A6X chip, and a brand new iPad Mini. Starting at $329, the iPad Mini is 7.9 inches diagonally and 23% thinner than the 9.7 inch 4th Generation iPad. With all these new products from Apple, what are you buying?
Another year, another iPhone. Apple just announced they’re latest and greatest iPhone 5, which looks similar to the 4S of last year, but is taller with a larger 4 inch display, has a metal back, and is touted as the thinnest smartphone ever made. The iPhone 5 boasts a host of new hardware and software features such as the iOS 6 operating system, an 8-megapixel back camera FaceTime HD front camera, LTE, the Apple A6 chip, and new lightning connector. It’s available in black and white and priced at $199 for 16GB, $299 for 32GB, and $399 for 64GB on a 2 year contract. You’ll be able to get your hands on the new iPhone 5 on September 21st, however pre-orders start on September 14th. Apple also introduced a new iPod Touch ($299/32GB, $399/64GB), iPod Nano ($149/16GB ), iTunes 11, and new EarPods headphones. Are you buying the new iPhone 5?
In 2 years Apple’s iPad has redefined a market category becoming the most successful tablet computer in history. Today Apple unveiled the successor to their massively popular iPad 2 by announcing the 3rd Generation iPad and bringing touchscreen tablet computing to the next level. The new iPad has a retina display that’s touted to have more pixels than an 1080p HDTV, a quad-core graphics A5X chip, a FaceTime camera on the front, and a 5 megapixel iSight camera on the back with 1080p resolution HD video recording. It also has 4G LTE, voice dictation, and a new $4.99 iPhoto app. The 3rd Generation iPad will be available on March 16th in black and white: wifi only (16GB $499, 32GB $599, 64GB $699) and 4G LTE (16GB $629, 32GB $729, 64GB $829). Apple also announced a new Apple TV with a new interface and 1080p HD video. So are you buying one? Check out videos & pics below.
I want to introduce you to the SOL Republic Tracks Headphones ($99), the first interchangeable on-ear headphones featuring V8 sound engine speakers, switchable cables and “Sound Track” headbands. I received these in the mail last month and I absolutely love them. Great sound quality and comfort packaged into a lightweight minimalistic design. The shape conformed to my head nicely and the inside padding on the top was a nice touch. I was really impressed by how these SOL Republics headphones canceled out exterior sound making it nearly impossible to hear anything but the music playing.
SOL Republic engineers developed a proprietary new polymer called FlexTech, which makes them virtually indestructible. For total comfort, the team designed the Tracks ear cushions to be large and lightweight. The optimal balance of size, style, sound and comfort Tracks have extreme comfort because the ear cushion is large and lightweight so there is reduced pressure on the ear Tracks are available in black, white and red. Watch a video and see more pics below.