In its annual shindig Wednesday, Apple didn’t really have any earth shattering surprises, unless you’re an iPad user who’s been looking for a bigger screen or an iPhone user looking for a better camera.
Essentially, Apple showed off new devices that at first glance may look no different than their predecessors but boast several internal tweaks. For instance, the company introduced new gestures, including “3D Touch,” allowing the devices to distinguish between a quick tap and a long press, opening up a new way to give commands. Scott Goldberg has the wrap up of all the newest products and their release dates.
ABC’s Scott Goldberg joined us from New York.
Apple's new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus feature 3D Touch and 4K video recording. http://t.co/ymtaZbo8E9 #AppleEvent pic.twitter.com/T3qoBsM2ew
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