The two-hour-long Apple iPhone 8 event has been summarized into a 15-minute video for your convenience.
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The Verge created a 15-minute video that summarizes the Apple iPhone 8 event. It took place earlier this morning.
The event kicked off with an opening monologue by Apple CEO Tim Cook, in which he paid tribute to the company’s late founder Steve Jobs. Cook also took the opportunity to introduce event attendees to the new Steve Jobs Theatre and Apple Park in Cupertino, California.
For products, the company unveiled a new Apple Watch with built-in cellular, three new iPhone models, and an improved Apple TV with 4K High-Definition capabilities.
Other announcements also include improvements to its retail stores, and the new iOS 11. According to Apple, iOS 11 is the “world’s most advanced mobile operating system”.
To learn more about these new products and technologies, watch the video above. For the full stream of the event, visit Apple.com.