Apple adds new iPhone 6s, iPad Pro, and Apple TV product pages & specs to website

Apple has started the process of updating its website for the lineup of new products introduced today, including the iPad Pro, all-new Apple TV, new Apple Watch hardware, and iPhone 6s. You can also find out more information about the new iPhone Upgrade Program, available exclusively in Apple retail stores.

The OS X El Capitan page has also been updated to confirm the September 30th release date that wasn’t mentioned in the keynote, and was instead relegated to a one-off email screenshot joke.

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Comments

  1. Ilko Sarafski - 7 years ago

    I couldn’t find the GB specs anywhere… so I’ll assume that all the line up is still using 1GB?

  2. Matt Flex - 7 years ago

    they ruined it all by saying ‘epic’

  3. Why would any of you assume 1GB? The AppleTV has 2GB and it’s an A8. Due the math folks. The processing power of the A9X coupled with 1GB would be mentally retarded. It’ll be 2GB minimum.