We covered Apple’s event live from the Flint Center for the Performing Arts at DeAnza College in Cupertino, just a few miles from Apple’s headquarters, on Tuesday.
This was a big one: sure, there were new iPhones, but the real interest was in Apple’s approach to wearable computing, which we’ll finally get a sense of with the demonstration of the Apple Watch. [company]Apple[/company] used the site of two very important events in company history — the original Macintosh launch in 1984 and the iMac launch in 1998 — for the event.
Here are our stories from the event, and you can also find them by clicking on the image below.
- It’s finally here: Apple’s first foray into wearable technology is called the Apple Watch
- Apple Pay delivers a double whammy, bridging in-store and online mobile payments
- Apple’s live stream stumbles, fails amid huge demand
- Apple intros A8 chip because bigger iPhones need more horsepower
- Apple announces two bigger and faster phones: the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus