Apple iPhone X event coverage roundup

The Apple iPhone event is done and boy was it an exciting one – we got three new iPhones, a new Apple Watch and the 4K Apple TV. The iPhone X is easily the most interesting of the bunch – with its edge-to-edge display and unprecedented face-scanning capabilities.

The iPhone 8 and IPhone 8 Plus are incremental upgrades over the 7 and 7 Plus – they come with new glass backs that enable wireless charging, faster entirely Apple-designed chipsets and updated video recording – it now reaches 4K@60fps and 1080p@240fps.

Apple iPhone X

Apple iPhone 8 Plus

Apple iPhone 8

Apple TV got 4K and HDR support and finally caught up to speed with the market. Naturally Apple also included some extra goodies to help it stand-out – live sports and news streaming.

We also learned the release dates of the new iOS 11 and watchOS 4.0 as well as macOS Sierra. Make sure you havent missed anything by checking out the links below.

Apple unveils iPhone X with bezel-less AMOLED screen

A radical departure from the design of the iPhone that has changed little in the last decade.

Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus have A11 Bionic chips, new cameras

New glass backs too that enable wireless charging and twice the storage.

Apple Watch Series 3 brings LTE and faster chipset

Two new color options are available and the new Watch OS 4 is coming soon too.

iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus release date and pricing in US, UK, Canada, Australia, and Europe

If you’re itching to purchase one of Apple’s newest smartphones, we’ve got the availability details for you.

iOS 11 and watchOS global rollout to start on September 19

The latest macOS will follow on September 25.

New Apple TV 4K adds UHD and HDR support

Apple TV users have been stuck in 1080p for years, but its time to up the resolution.