All the news from Apple's eventToday's biggest tech news is Apple's event, where the company announced the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus as well as the iPhone X. Also new is the Apple TV 4K and the next iteration of Apple Watch.
This is CNET and here are the stories that matter right now. Apple's event today brought within a lot of the announcements we already knew about, so here's exactly what went down. First there's new iPhone's. the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus with most of the improvements found in the device's impressive camera. Apple's spent some time introducing the phone's new augmented reality technology 2. The phones will be able to charge wireless The iPhone 8 and 8+ are available for pre order on September 15th. Apple also debuted the iPhone 10, featuring and edge to edge screen, a super retina oled display with HDR and face ID, which lets you unlock the phone just by looking at it. There's also animoji's which use your facial expressions to animate emojis. The iPhone 10 can be pre-ordered on October 27th and will ship November 3rd, starting at $999. Then there's the Apple Watch Series 3, which has cellular and LTE built in, letting users take calls directly on the watch. It no longer needs to be directly tethered to your phone. It will also be able to play music using AirPods ear buds. Orders for the new watch start on September 15th. Finally Apple TV is also getting an update with Apple TV 4K which outputs a 4K resolution and HDR compatibility, which HDR 10 and Dolby Vision. Movies now purchased in iTunes will priced the same and customers can get the 4K version of movies they've already bought for free. Apple TV 4K orders also start on September 15th. [MUSIC] You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNet tech today app in the Apple or Google Play Store.