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When you can buy (or download) Apple's fall releases

Today Apple decided to revamp or update nearly all of it products. But when can you get your hands on everything announced?

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Wednesday morning Apple used its event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco to introduce a whole slew of new products at once.

From new iPhones to an entirely new device for streaming television, the announcements were more expected than surprising.

Most confusingly, however, everything announced is available at different times. Below is when you can expect to get your hands on each pretty new thing Apple introduced, showed off or even barely mentioned today.

Beware though, some dates are just as broad and open-ended as you'd expect from Apple.

Everything Apple

Right now iPad Mini 4; new Apple Watch bands and designs
Sept. 12 iPhone 6S, 6S Plus preorders open
Sept. 16 iOS 9 and Watch OS 2.0 available
Sept. 25 iPhone 6S and 6S Plus available in stores
Sept. 30 Mac OS X El Capitan available
October 5 new Apple Watch Hermès edition
October new Apple TV
November iPad Pro

Apple Watch

Available right now are new Watch colors and new bands, including a new rose gold anodized aluminum Sport Watch.

Coming later this fall are several high-end stainless steel Hermès-branded Apple Watches in four colors (Fauve, Etain, Capucine, and Bleu Jean) and starting at $1,250, AU$1,700.

Watch OS 2.0

While we didn't see complete refresh of the Apple Watch this fall, we do get an update to the software that powers these wearables, as well as a look at some new native apps. Watch OS 2.0 will be a free update for all Apple Watches.

iOS 9

Packed with plenty new features, iOS 9 is a free update for the iPhone 4S and newer; iPad Pro; iPad Air and Air 2; iPad 2; third- and fourth-generation iPad; iPad Mini and newer models; and fifth- and sixth-generation iPod Touch.

iPhone 6S and 6S Plus

With new 3D Touch, Live Photos and a 12MP, 4K video-shooting camera, this iPhone may look very much the same, but it appears to be very, very different.

The phones are starting at $200, £540 on contract for the 16GB iPhone 6S and $300, £619 on contract for the 16GB iPhone 6S Plus. In Australia the full price of the phones begins at AU$1,079 for the 6S and $1,229 for the 6S Plus. For a full run-down on pricing, check out the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus first takes.

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Apple's also offering installment pricing if you want to make payments. Check out the rest of the UK pricing as well.

OS X El Capitan

Shown very briefly during the display of 3D Touch (not Force), Apple let the cat out of the bag about the new operating system's availability even before their online store was back up to confirm.

This will be a free update for anyone running OS X Yosemite on a Mac computer. For more details on what's included, head over to CNET's first look of El Capitan .

iPad Pro

Finally, the long-rumored iPad Pro has arrived -- along with the Apple Pencil. Yes, seriously.

The iPad Pro starts at $799, £520, AU$1,140 for the 32GB model; for all the details head over to the iPad Pro first take . Check out the rest of the UK pricing here.

While not talked about, the iPad Mini was also released today. Available immediately, pricing for the 16GB models begins at $399, £319, AU$569. You can see more UK pricing info here.

Apple TV

Introducing the new device, CEO Tim Cook said, "It starts with a vision and our vision for TV is simple." It also has quite the personality, with Siri-integration running deep in this overhaul of the Apple TV.

The Apple TV 2015 edition starts at $149. For more pricing details, head over to CNET's preview of the new streaming box.

Check out everything that was announced during the show in our roundup. And, you can see all of today's Apple news right here on CNET.