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Buyers Guide

What iPhone screen size should you get: 4-inches, 4.7-inches, or 5.5-inches?

4-inches, 4.7-inches, or 5.5-inches — here's how to pick the perfect iPhone screen size for you!

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Should you upgrade to iPhone SE?

Is iPhone SE the 4-inch iPhone you've been waiting to upgrade for?

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Holiday buyers guide: How to pick the best iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Mac, and more!

Apple has several different—and sometimes overlapping—product lines these days. What's more, within each line are more affordable and more fully featured options. If you're looking for an iPhone or an iPod, an iPad or a Mac, an Apple Watch or an Apple TV, either for yourself or for a family member, friend, or colleague, here's everything you need to know!

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What iPad Air or iPad mini storage size should you get: 16 GB vs. 64 GB vs. 128 GB?

The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 come with 16 GB, 64 GB, or 128 GB of storage. Picking between them can be tough, especially since cost increases along with size, and as apps and content get bigger, operating systems are getting more efficient. The last thing you want to do is pay for storage you don't need... except for running out of storage when you need it most. So, how much iPad storage is enough?

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Apple TV buyers guide

There's a new Apple TV in town. It doesn't do 4K but it does do Siri and apps, and that makes it a significant improvement over the old—but still for sale!—Apple TV. Whether or not that means it'll be a compelling upgrade for everyone, and who can get away with the 32 GB version and who needs the full-on 64 GB version remain open questions for some. If you're one of them, we can help you figure out the answers!

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Should you upgrade to the new Apple TV?

The last time the Apple TV was updated it was 2012 and it shared the stage with the iPad 3. The new Apple TV was just announced in 2015 and it shared the stage with the iPad Pro. That should give you an indication of just how long, and how big, the leap between generations really is. But if you have a 2012 Apple TV, and it still works and does what you need it to do, should you consider upgrading?

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21.5-inch 4K iMac vs. 27-inch 5K iMac: Which Retina desktop should you get?

Apple has not only released an all-new 21.5-inch Retina 4K iMac, but the company has updated the 27-inch Retina 5K iMac as well. One is smaller and more economical, one has more pixels and more power. But which is the right one for you?

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What size iPhone should you get: iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus?

Like last year, you have the choice of a 4.7-inch iPhone 6s or a 5.5-inch iPhone 6s Plus. One offers more utility, the other is easier to use. Which one you get depends entirely on what you want to do with it. Is it maximum portability and pocket ability or pure size and photo prowess? We'll break it down!

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Apple Watch buyers guide

If you're looking to get an Apple Watch but you're not sure which one to get, here's everything you need to know!

The Apple Watch is a brand-new product, but it has long established roots both in time-keeping and technology. That makes choosing which one you're going to get — 38mm or 42mm; aluminum Sport, stainless steel, or gold Edition; and which band, buckle, or loop you're going to get with it — both simple and complicated.

Enter iMore's 2015 Apple Watch buyers guide: If you need help deciding what to buy, we've got your back. And if you've already decided, you can always bookmark, email, Facebook, or Tweet this guide so that we can help your friends and family and you can get on with enjoying your new Apple Watch!

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Should you buy an Apple Watch now or wait for the next generation?

Once you decide you want an Apple Watch you need to decide if you want it now.

Buying a first generation product, be it the Apple Watch today, an original iPhone or iPad back when they launched, or a newly redesigned Mac any time, is something that used to be considered the domain of tech aficionados and early adopters. For most people, conventional wisdom was to hold off, to avoid brand new products and let the early adopters serve as the early testers. Yet as technology becomes more mainstream, products are becoming more mature, even in their original iterations. So, if you're interested in an Apple Watch, is it okay to jump into the first generation, or should you wait for the next?

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