Apple's annual developers' conference showcased updates to all of its operating systems, plus overhauls for some of its own apps.
The new iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro don't hit store shelves until March 31. In the meantime, CNET's Scott Stein is live-tweeting his experience with both products.
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Apple joins the ranks of companies failing to introduce a new watch this year, signaling that 2016 may be more about refinement than new products.
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Among other noteworthy stats, the tech giant says it sold 30 million 4-inch iPhones last year.
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Scott Stein checks out the features of the new, smaller 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
Scott Stein looks at the new nylon bands for the Apple Watch that come in four new colors.
So far it's just a slightly cheaper entry price, new bands and updated software, but more exciting news will come later this year.
While there's a lot of colorful talk surrounding the iPad Pro 9.7-inch's new display, it's really all about achieving better contrast for reading.
Twitter users were less than impressed with Apple's petite iPhone SE and iPad Pro.