Just a month after Apple introduced its bigger iPhones, the company is back with another press event to show off its latest and greatest products.
It appears the company already spilled the beans on an iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 but surely there’s more in the works. Mac OS X Yosemite and its features that further tie the desktop with mobile devices has been simmering for months and should be ready for [company]Apple[/company] to distribute. A new Apple TV isn’t out of the question either, particularly if Apple is looking for a hub to bring both smarts and entertainment to your home.
Here’s what was announced:
- Apple iMac desktop gets a retina display for the first time
- Apple debuts the iPad Air 2 with a fingerprint scanner and better camera and processor
- Apple Pay will go live Monday; new iPad Air 2 supports online payments
- Developers can start working on Apple Watch apps next month