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The Apple Watch comes in three flavors and two sizes

Apple's new Apple Watch will come in three different models to suit just about everyone. From the sporty to the luxurious, you'll be able to have just the look you want right on your wrist. And each will be available in a smaller size for folks who don't have a large wrist.

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A new wrist-born UI is conceived for the new Apple Watch

In announcing the Apple Watch, Apple says that it has deliberately created a new user interface to create the best user experience on your wrist. Shrinking down iOS to fit in a small square screen was not optimal since the display is too small, so Apple went ahead and created a new way for you to interact with your wrist.

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Apple Watch does require an iPhone

One question that we're already seeing bouncing around the web is whether or not you need an iPhone to use the Apple Watch or if it's a standalone product? Well, confirmed in the keynote presentation, you will need an iPhone in order to use the iWatch.

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Apple Watch charges using Magsafe

So, how do you charge an Apple Watch, then? If you're familiar with Apple's Magsafe charging on its MacBook range of laptops then you're going to be half way there with how the Apple Watch charges. The contraption you see hanging from the back of the watch in the image above is the Magsafe charger which allows Apple to keep the watch completely sealed. No Lightning ports, no ridiculous cradles, just a cable and a specially designed Magsafe connector.

Simple.

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Apple Pay brings NFC tap-and-pay to the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Apple has a new vision, and that is to replace your wallet with Apple Pay. With $12 billion spent via a plastic card every day in the US, they plan to begin with payment methods and using NFC, you'll be able to tap-to-pay using your new iPhone. This means we no longer will have to rely on the "vulnerable" magnetic stripe used on most credit and debit cards today.

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Apple Pay going online to buy all of the things

Alongside the NFC payments Apple just announced at its special event out in Cupertino, Apple Pay was also announced to be going online to help you buy things from your favorite retailers. It promises to offer one touch payments that you can authenticate on your phone using Touch ID, no need to enter any payment information or shipping information.

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Apple officially announces the Apple Watch

Apple has officially announced the long rumored iWatch which will officially be called the Apple Watch. Accurate within 50 milliseconds and made of a sapphire crystal display, the Apple Watch is a comprehensive health and fitness device as well. Apple is calling it one of the most precise and remarkable innovations they've ever made.

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus get new iSight cameras

Though the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus cameras may appear to be the same 8-megapixel camera that has appeared on Apple's smartphones for several years in a row now, these cameras are getting major internal upgrades to improve your picture-taking. The 8-megapixel iSight camera gets a whole new sensor that allows for better autofocus and advanced noise reduction. The iPhone 6 Plus camera also adds OIS, a feature many iPhone users have been asking for for years.

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The new M8 Motion coprocessor will bring low-power awareness to the new iPhones

Phil Schiller showed everyone a little bit of how some of the magic happens with Apple's new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus — via a low power M8 Motion coprocessor. Used with the new A8 chip, the M8 is a smart piece of silicon that provides information from the outside world, and passes it off to your new iPhone so it can be processed and presented to the user.

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Reachability takes one-handed use in larger smartphones to a new level

One of the biggest gripes about larger smartphones is how hard they are to use one-handed. Apple's solution to this problem is through a feature they're calling "reachability". The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will allow you to double-tap the Home button while in an app in order to bring top navigation controls within your reach. That combined with gesture support that was introduced in iOS 7 is going to make for a one-handed experience that doesn't currently exist.

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