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Chances are most of you would have been asleep while Tim Cook and team announced the iPhone 6, Apple Watch and Apple Pay. Well, now you can watch the presentation at your convenience right here. It’s 2 hour long but unlike watching it live, you can skip all the boring stuff and go straight to the juicy bits.
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The full 85-minute new iPad presentation is now available for viewing here. If you have the time, we do recommend you take a look at it. If you don’t have an hour and twenty minutes to spare, you can check out the super compressed 90 second version here.
Didn’t stay up in the wee hours of the morning to catch the new iPad announcement? No time to sit down and watch the full 85 minute presentation? We’ve got just the solution for you. Here’s a 90 second recap of the highlights from yesterday’s announcement, just perfect for your lunch time viewing. Enjoy!
Don’t have time to sit down for over an hour to catch up on the whole iPhone 4S keynote? Here’s a compressed 90 seconds version perfect for your lunch time viewing. We’ll have to warn you though, its all numbers, numbers and more numbers.
After over a year of waiting, Apple this morning revealed its latest iPhone — to the utter disappointment of the world. While the world waited with bated breath for a completely new iPhone, Apple pulled out the iPhone 4S, a virtually identical looking device but with an upgraded processor and camera.
The iPhone 4S wasn’t the only disappointment this morning. The iPhone 4S keynote was also Tim Cook’s debut as Apple CEO and by our count it was one of the most disappointing Apple keynote we have ever seen. The presentation was filled with numbers justifying Apple’s so called dominance in the computer, tablet and smartphone market but the stats created a distorted reality with Apple being in the centre of it all.
The mobile market is completely transformed now. While Apple affords a front-running position, it is no longer the dominant force. In fact, to use, it looks like Apple has a lot of catching up to do and the iPhone 4S is not going to cut it.
In any case, Apple has uploaded the full-length video of iPhone 4S keynote on its Apple Events page.
The gloat-filled presentation is over 90 minutes long, to watch it all click here.