Apple announced a lot at its iPhone event. There are new iPhones, iPads, and the first major hardware overhaul for the Apple TV since 2010. We also got some new bands for the Apple Watch, along with a new gold color option for the Apple Watch Sport.

Here are the biggest announcements from Apple's "Hey Siri" event.

iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus

iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are the latest generation of Apple's smartphone. The new phones retain the look of last year's iPhone 6 line, including 4.7- and 5.5-inch displays. Powered by Apple's new A9 system-on-a-chip, the 6s lineup features a new 3D Touch display, a 12-megapixel camera with 4K video recording, and always-on voice detection for Siri.

iPad Pro

iPad Pro

Apple's iPad Pro is the company's largest tablet to date. It features a 12.9-inch Force Touch display, along with a powerful new A9X system-on-a-chip. The iPad Pro also supports Apple's brand new stylus, which itself is built to work in concert with the iPad Pro's display.

iPad mini 4

iPad pricing

The iPad mini 4 is Apple's latest small tablet. As with previous models, this iPad mini features a 7.9-inch Retina display. The iPad mini 4 is powered by an Apple A8 system-on-a-chip, and will support iOS 9's split view, allowing two apps to run side by side.

Apple TV

New Apple TV

This new set-top box is the first major product overhaul the Apple TV has seen since 2010. Still a small black puck, though slightly bigger than the previous model, the new Apple TV comes along with a bright new interface, universal search, and support for third-party apps. It also comes along with a new, motion-sensitive Bluetooth remote with both a touchpad and buttons, including one for activating Siri.

iOS 9

iOS 9 on September 16

Apple said today that iOS 9 will arrive on Wednesday, September 16. It will bring with it a more intelligent Siri, much improved search, a new, iCloud-powered Notes app, and several notable under-the-hood improvements. The Golden Master, or GM, build, will be available for developers at some point after the event.

Apple Watch

Hermes Apple Watch

Apple today announced that watchOS 2, the next version of the software that powers the Apple Watch, will arrive on Wednesday, September 16, with a GM release available today. It will bring with it support for native apps, third-party complications, and more. Additionally, Apple also announced several new watch bands, and a new gold color option for the Apple Watch Sport.