Apple has been working on new iOS devices for nearly a year. This week, we’ll find out whether the hard work was worth it.
As we get ready for Tuesday …
On Tuesday, Apple is set to reveal two new iPhones and the long-rumored “iWatch.” Additionally, we’ll hear a lot more about iOS 8 and the company’s new HealthKit and HomeKit. Less likely, but not out of the question are next-generation iPads, iPods, and more.
For more on Apple’s huge event, be sure to see:
- Your 2014 Apple iPhone trade-in guide
- Apple will offer a live stream of the Sept. 9 ‘iPhone 6′ and ‘iWatch’ event
- Purported actual working unit of Apple’s ‘iPhone 6′ shown off in new photos and videos
- Ask Siri about the new ‘iPhone Air’ and you’ll see its Wikipedia page
- NYT: The ‘iWatch’ will feature wireless charging and a flexible display
… an awesome “iWatch” concept
Designer Martin Hajek has offered some truly amazing “iPhone 6″ and “iWatch” concepts over the past few months. His latest iWatch design is perhaps his best:
For further consideration
Stories you might have missed this week:
- Ikea introduces its 2015 catalog with a hysterical parody of the original iPad launch video
- Apple says iCloud and Find my iPhone are safe, celebrity photo leaks were ‘targeted’ attacks
- Iconic industrial designer Marc Newson to join close friend Jony Ive at Apple
- 30 partners are already using the Misfit Shine maker’s new developer tools
We’ll be there
AppAdvice’s coverage of the iPhone event begins on Tuesday, Sept. 9 at 9 a.m. PDT. The actual event will begin at 10 a.m. from the Flint Center in Cupertino, California. Apple will provide live streaming of the event.
Photo: iWatch concept by Martin Hajek.