Apple fans can officially rejoice this week, after the company finally announced the iPhone 6 in two brand new sizes alongside the very first AppleWatch.
Coming in two sizes, the iPhone 6 is available with a smaller 4.7” sized display, or a phablet style 5.5” display for varying prices.
But whilst the displays differ in size, the specs stay largely similar between both models, with the same A8 processor coupling up to 128GB internal storage in both models.
Apple’s iSight camera has stayed pretty similar to the lens we saw on the iPhone 5s, boasting 8 megapixels yet again with some subtle improvements under the hood.
The front lens boasts a 1.2 megapixel rating as well, helping handle FaceTime and selfies without any issues.
TouchID also stays put, and now works with payments and app access, giving the fingerprint scanner a few more practical uses.
Apple also took the time to unveil its first entry onto the wearable market with the AppleWatch, which links seamlessly with the iPhone 6, along with several older devices.
It not only links with your phone, but it can also send messages, track your health and fitness and even send your heartbeat to someone!
The iPhone 6 will be available to buy from September 19th for as little as £539, whilst the AppleWatch will be going on sale early next year for approximately £250.
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