Apples, Apples everywhere – phones, tablets, TV boxes and even a pencil. Cupertino took the news section by storm with its event, just as expected. The new iPhones are here – iPhone 6s and 6s Plus and as usual they are the best iPhones Apple has ever created.
We have already extensively covered almost every detail about the pair and you can read up on all the specifics in the linked articles below, but here are the most-important highlights: 12MP OIS camera with 4K recording, 3D touch display, all new A9 chipset and 2GB of RAM.
The other exciting announcement was undoubtedly the iPad Pro – a 12.9-inch monster of a tablet that has been frequenting the rumor mill since January 2014. It is no longer a work of fiction and now official, with major promises for unparalleled productivity. Underneath its impressive 2732 x 2048 pixels display is an A9X chip, paired with what Adobe has confirmed to be 4GB of RAM. For even greater productivity and precision there are also the new Apple Pencil – a high-precision active stylus and a convenient Smart Keyboard to go along with the iPad Pro.
In other non-Apple related news – the rumored Nokia C1 Android phone is gathering quite a lot of attention and so is the rumor of an upcoming Xperia Z5 Ultra with a beastly Snapdragon 820 chipset. And Speaking of the Z5 family, its star pupil – the Z5 Premium underwent a thorough examination under our digital microscope. The next Nexus phone also made headlines with a new leaked render and even a possible pre-order date for both the LG and Nexus models, set for October 13. Last, but not least – the HTC One A9 flagship also generated interest with talk of an impressive MediaTek ten core CPU.
For this and more, check out this quick run-down of the most popular articles below.
The screen resolution has been promoted to 1080p according to the latest leak, unfortunately the pics offer no proof of that.
Sony stole the show at IFA by introducing the world’s first 4K display in a production smartphone, the Xperia Z5 Premium.
Apple officially unveiled the 5.5" iPhone 6s Plus with Apple A9 chipset, 3D Touch screen and a new 12MP camera.
The iPhone 6s keeps the exterior of the iPhone 6, but boasts updated internals under the hood.
The information has been confirmed by an Apple Support staff member.
Thinner but with a camera bump, the LG Nexus 5 (2015) might also be called Nexus 5X.
The tech heavyweight claims that iPhone 6s will offer similar battery endurance as the model it is about to replace.
The Apple iPad Pro premiered today on the Apple event with 12.9" Retina display and A9x chip.
Users of the popular Lenovo handset are currently receiving the OTA, but the A6000 is still left out of the fun.
The smartphone that will be the successor to the Nexus 5 from 2013 has so far been seen only in white.
Trumpeting the Xperia Z5 series' 2 day battery life, the company's tweet also included link to a Sony website that's intended to help iOS users make a switch.
Specs-wise, the device is said to be powered by Qualcomm's upcoming Snapdragon 820 SoC, and sport a mammoth 6.44-inch display.
The new prices are more in line with what other online stores in the UK are charging.
Claimed to be the cheapest 4G HD smartphone in the world, the Yunique will be sold exclusively through Snapdeal
Soon after leaking with a new Exynos, the device codenamed Lucky now shows up with a Qualcomm SoC.
The smartphone will mostly stay the same, but it will come with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of built-in storage.
Apple's newly introduced iPad Mini 4 starts at $399, while the most expensive iPad Pro costs $1079.
The next high-end flagship from the Taiwanese company boasts what may be the next king of mobile chipsets.
A new rumor claims this year's Nexus handsets will be up for pre-order two weeks after their introduction.
That's by far the most RAM an iDevice has had - four times as much as on an iPhone 6.
The company has started sending invites to Taiwanese media for a special event scheduled on that day.
The Taiwanese manufacturer is bragging that it's received more than 30,000 pre-orders for the handset.
The new 12Gb LPDDR4 mobile DRAM is based on the company's 20-nanometer process technology.
The latest version of Cupertino giant’s mobile OS will be compatible with older hardware, including iPad 2 and iPhone 4s.
“The only thing that’s changed is everything.” Apple’s iPhone 6s/6s Plus marketing slogan is about as true as they come.