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There is a lot going on in this fall season as far as Apple releases are concerned. So stay tuned to find out more about the company’s schedule regarding the iPhone 6S launch, Apple TV and more.

iOS 9 and WatchOS 2.0 

On the 16th of September Apple is planning on upgrading the mobile and the Watch OS. We are referring here to the iOS update and the Watch OS one.

This new iOS will roll out with amazing features, on the iPad for instance users have the split view mode plus a pretty useful functionality that will guarantee up to 3 more hours of battery duration. This new update, dubbed iOS 9 will be free to download.

The update that will roll out for the Apple Watch gizmo will allow users to set-up native apps, a neat feature that doesn’t require you having an iPhone near by.

iPhone 6S and 6S Plus 

A brand new generation of iPhone handsets will roll out on the 25th of September. These are the S6 and S6 Plus mobile devices and they will roll out with Apple’s 3D Touch tech, the A9 chipset, an enhanced camera and 4K recording feature. Starting with the 25th of September, Apple enthusiasts can go ahead and purchase these devices. Here are the costs:

If you sign a 2 year contract, you can have the iPhone 6S for:

  • $199 for 16GB.
  • $299 for 64GB.
  • $399 for 128GB.

Here are the prices for the iPhone 6S Plus:

  • $299 for 16 GB.
  • $399 for 64GB.
  • $499 for 128GB.

El Capitan OS for Mac

El Capitan is a brand new OS that Apple will launch for Mac on the 30th of September. The big improvements with this new OS is that you can simultaneously work two program windows and the fact that weather and traffic data will be shown in real time right in the search bar. The latter update will also be free to download.

Apple TV 

Users who are looking forward for the Apple TV set launch will be happy to hear that a new remote control and full access to the App Store will come straight out of the box with this Apple TV. This will happen towards the end of October. The 32GB version will retail for $149 whereas the 64GB will end up costing $199.

iPad Pro 

And the best is saved for last- the launch of the iPad Pro which is scheduled to take place in November. The device will roll out in a 12.9-inch display plus the ability to play around with its fancy keyboard or stylus.

The costs for the iPad Pro device are somewhere between $799- $1,079, this all depends on the level of storage you decide to go with.

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