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Apple.com gets a long-overdue clean and flat redesign

Apple.com today received a redesign, following the whole Apple event where the larger iPhone 6, even larger iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Pay payments system, and the much-anticipated Apple Watch were introduced. Normally we'd be tempted to put "finally" with those announcements, but in this case it's the Apple.com redesign that gets the "finally".

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Apple announces iOS 8 available for download on September 17

Apple has announced that iOS 8 will be available for download on existing iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch models starting on September 17. This brings the new QuickType keyboard, Family Sharing, Health app, iCloud Drive, and HomeKit to the iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPod touch 5th generation, iPad 2, iPad with Retina® display, iPad Air™, iPad mini™ and iPad mini with Retina display.

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Third party developers can get on Apple Watch with Watchkit

You're getting an Apple Watch, so you want to know what apps you'll be able to get on it, right? Apple has you covered with Watchkit, the developer tools that will enable third-parties to create applications specially for your new wrist-borne gadgetry. We got a couple of demos on stage, but it's what the developer community could do that's most exciting.

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Apple Watch pricing starts at $349, available in early 2015

If you're interested in purchasing an Apple Watch when it's made available, it'll cost you at least $349. With three different editions, Apple Watch pricing will be dictated by which version of the watch you want to buy. Apple hasn't announced anything further than starting prices but if we had to guess, the $349 price point will most likely be for the Sport Edition with a cheaper quality band. At least one model will be available to purchase in early 2015.

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Apple Watch will display Maps on your wrist

Using the Apple Maps app on your iPhone, you'll be able to have a neat little miniature version of the app right on your wrist through Apple Watch! You can pan around the screen by swiping, use the crown of the watch to zoom your view in and out, and touch the screen to bring up search for favorite or recent places.

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Siri comes built in to the Apple Watch

The Apple Watch will come with built-in Siri integration so you no longer have to pull out your iPhone in order to make a query.

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Here's how notifications work on the Apple Watch

Notifications are an important part of any smartwatch and Apple has walked us through how things are going to work on the newly announced Apple Watch. With the new "Taptic Engine" you'll be getting a gentle "tap on your wrist" type notification.

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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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