Apple today took wraps off two new iPhones, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, as well as the long-awaited Apple Watch.
As expected, the new iPhones will come in 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models. The come bearing better displays, faster processors and a new design.
Apple said the new iPhone 6 has faster LTE than the iPhone 5s, while also claiming it supports more bands than any other smartphone, supporting over 200 LTE carriers globally.
The new phones will also come packing support for VoLTE, Wi-Fi calling, and NFC to enable a new mobile wallet solution called Apple Pay.
While the iPhone’s new camera remains at 8 megapixels, Apple has always excelled at upgrading its sensor, which it has done again with these latest models. When shooting in burst mode, Apple has built in software that can detect smiles and blinks and the recommend the best shot.
Apple has stuck with its pricing scheme, with the iPhone 5c now going for free on contract and the iPhone 5s selling for $100. The iPhone 6 will start at $199 on contract for the 16GB model, and the iPhone 6 Plus will start at $299 for a 16GB model.
But Apple had more up its sleeve than a new pair of phones. The company also introduced the world to its highly anticpated Apple Watch.
The new wearable features a side dial that will allow users to magnify and scroll through content on a small display.
Apple Watch will sell for $349 and be available early in 2015.
As of 12:00 p.m. PST, shares of Apple were up a quarter of a percent to $98.59.