Apple has unveiled the iPhone 6S and 6S plus, the latest in its line of flagship smart phones, as well as a new larger iPad and a new TV system.
Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the new devices during an Apple media event held in California on Wednesday. The new phones come with a new 3D touch technology that has different responses depending on the amount of pressure applied to the screen.
Both new models will be available in four metal finishes and will boast an improved 12-megapixel camera and will be capable of 4K video recording.
Cook also announced the revamping of Apple TV with a dedicated new operating system, app store, voice-operated remote control, and the additional ability to run video games.
The iPad Pro sports a 12.9-inch screen and Apple says it has nearly 80 percent of the processing power housed in recently sold portable PCs. The tablet should have 10 hours of battery life and can be used with a separately sold magnetically-connected keyboard.
During the event, a stylus dubbed the Apple Pencil was also announced. The new device uses special sensors to help simulate the effect of using an actual pencil on paper.
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