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Apple has launched only 1 major product in 2015, Apple is gearing up for one of the busiest fall seasons in the companyÂ’s storied history. Apple fans can expect at least eight major launches squeezed into the remainder of 2015, and theyÂ’ll all fall within the span of just a few short months.
First and foremost, AppleÂ’s flagship iPhone will be refreshed next month. This iPhone 6s will be unveiled during a huge press conference on September 9th, and itÂ’ll likely be released the following week on September 18th.
Want to learn about all of the coolest new features expected to be included in AppleÂ’s refreshed iPhone? Check out the six most exciting new features coming to AppleÂ’s iPhone 6s.
iPhone 6s Plus
Of course, the iPhone 6s isnÂ’t the only new iPhone Apple fans have to look forward to in 2015. AppleÂ’s supersized iPhone 6 Plus will also be replaced by its successor, the iPhone 6s Plus.
Just like the current 6 and 6 Plus duo, the iPhone 6s Plus is expected to be almost identical to the main iPhone 6s, but with a larger display.
iPad Air 3
The iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus alone might not be enough to top AppleÂ’s record-setting holiday quarter last year, so Apple is also expected to launch a brand new iPad Air 3. Expect upgraded internals and not much else from AppleÂ’s new flagship iPad tablet.
iPad mini 4
As thin as the iPad Air line is, it might still be too big for some users. Apple also reportedly plans to debut a new iPad mini 4 alongside the Air 3, and it should feature similarly upgraded internal components.
ThatÂ’s right, the new and improved Apple TV weÂ’ve all been waiting for will finally be released this fall, following its unveiling on September 9th. Expect more power, more memory, a new remote and support for third-party appsÂ… finally.
Sadly, you shouldnÂ’t expect AppleÂ’s streaming Â“pay TV killerÂ” to debut alongside the new Apple TV this year.
Moving from hardware to software, Apple will release iOS 9 just ahead of its new iPhones this fall. iOS 9 is a massive upgrade that is packed full of great new features and enhancements. Here are the five best new features in iOS 9, so you know what you have to look forward to.
OS X El Capitan
DonÂ’t let the awful, awful name distract you from the fact that AppleÂ’s upcoming new version of OS X is its best ever. HereÂ’s some of what you have to look forward to.
Last but not least, Apple is reportedly planning to release its highest-resolution device ever in the form of a 4K Retina iMac.
Likely destined for a refreshed version of the 21.5-inch iMac, which currently does not have a Retina display, the new El Capitan beta references Mac support for a new 4096 x 2304 resolution Apple-made display panel.
Remarkably, the last time we see a notable refresh on the 21.5-inch iMac was all the way back in the fall of 2013. Since then, Apple managed to release an entry level iMac along with a 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display. All the while, AppleÂ’s most popular iMac model was effectively ignored..
But in light of the aforementioned evidence pointing to a 4K 21.5-inch iMac, it stands to reason that we might finally see a long-awaited update to AppleÂ’s consumer-oriented desktop sometime this fall, just in time to get potential supply issues ironed out ahead of the busy 2015 holiday shopping season.
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