I am thrilled to show you the newest iPhone.
The iPhone 6S and 6S+ can both shoot 4k video, but you probably knew that.
What you might have missed was that the new Apple TV coming out at the end of End of October, won't actually be able to stream that 4k video.
We're still scratching our heads about that one.
If you want to upgrade to the new iPhones, but don't want to spend upwards of $650 at once, Apple is offering its own payment plans.
It's called the iPhone Payment Program.
Plans start at about $32 a month, plus you can upgrade your phone after a year.
Oh hey, there's a new iPad mini.
It has a retina display, that fast A8 processor, and it's only 0.65 pounds.
Basically, it's a smaller iPad Air 2. There's good news for bargain shoppers.
The iPhone 6 and 6+ are now $100 cheaper, and the iPhone 5s is free.
But there is just one catch.
Gold is gone.
If you want your iPhone to rock gold or rose gold bling, you're going to have to get the 6s or 6s+.
Finally the iPad Pro has a stylus or Pencil as apple is calling it.
In 2007, Steve Jobs famously said, who wants a stylus?
You have to get them and put them away.
You lose them.
Where exactly does the stylus go?
Short of stowing it in your purse or man-purse, there isn't an obvious place to safely store the iPad Pencil stylus.
And yes, it is a stylus.
We've been granted permission to call it what it is.
It's called Apple Pencil.
For more of what Apple announced, head on over to CNET.
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