It was certainly a huge day in Cupertino, California as Apple introduced the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Watch, then ended the big event by hosting U2. Subsequently, U2′s new album was posted to iTunes for free.
Here’s a summary of what was unveiled at the Flint Center.
As expected, Apple has officially announced the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 an 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus.
These are the thinnest iPhones ever made.
iPhone 6 is merely 6.9 mm. iPhone 6 Plus is just a smidge more at 7.1 mm.
Prices and availability:
iPhone 6: 16GB ($199), 64GB ($299), and 128GB ($399) with two-year contract, Sept. 19 for sale, Sept. 12 preorders.
iPhone 6 Plus: 16GB ($299), 64GB ($399), and 128GB ($499) with two-year contract, Sept. 19 for sale, Sept. 12 preorders.
An entirely new payment process unveiled called Apple Pay. Completely secure with a dynamic security code.
One More Thing – The Apple Watch
The next Apple product category has been announced … the Apple Watch.
A performance from U2 and a special gift
Tim Cook concluded this amazing event by introducing a performance from U2. Soon after he and Bono announced that U2′s newest album “Songs of Innocence” would be available to every iTunes customer for free.
Now through Oct. 13, the album is free in 119 countries. The album is already in your iTunes music library. All you have to do is tap to download it.