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AS IT HAPPENED: Apple launches dual-camera iPhone 7, AirPods

2016-09-07 15:35

Electronics giant Apple has moved to unveil its latest smartphone devices as well as wireless AirPods.


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07 Sep 21:36
The highlight of Apple's launch was definitely the iPhone 7. Take a look at the below video showing off the device.

07 Sep 21:32

Thanks for keeping posted to our live updates! Here is a summary of what Apple has launched this evening:

- iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with dual-camera

- New Apple Watch Series 2 announced with Pokemon Go functionality

- Apple ditches headphone jack, announces wireless Airpods

07 Sep 20:52
The new iPhone 7 pricing will start at $649.

07 Sep 20:46
Apple boast that the new iPhone 7 Plus will last an hour longer than the iPhone 6s Plus.

07 Sep 20:41
Apple's A10 chipset offers console-like gaming on the new iPhone 7 devices.

07 Sep 20:37
Apple's new Airpods feature W1 chip, also featured in new headphones from Beats.

07 Sep 20:33
5 hours of playback on new Airpods that only activate once in ear.

07 Sep 20:31
Apple announces wireless Airpod earphones.

07 Sep 20:28
An adapter for older headphones will be included in the new iPhone 7 box.

07 Sep 20:26
Apple has ditched their headphone jack - new iPhone 7 headphones will be connected through lightning port.

07 Sep 20:25
Instagram announces a new filter for iPhone 7. 

07 Sep 20:20
Apple's new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with dual-camera.

07 Sep 20:15

iPhone 7 Plus features dual 12-megapixel camera.

07 Sep 20:10
iPhone 7 camera features a larger 6-element lens, 12MP sensor, stabilising, true tone flash with 2 LEDs and noise reduction.

07 Sep 20:05
iPhone 7 features jet black, black, gold, silver and rose gold finishes.

07 Sep 20:01
Apple CEO Tim Cook announces iPhone 7.

07 Sep 19:56
New Apple Watch available for $369. #AppleEvent 

07 Sep 19:53
New Apple Watch Nike+ attempts to make more people run on Sundays.

07 Sep 19:49
Apple Watch Nike+ announced.

07 Sep 19:48
New Apple Watch Series 2 available in ceramic, four times stronger than stainless steel.

07 Sep 19:43
Apple Watch Series 2 features built-in GPS. 

07 Sep 19:41
Apple's new Watch Series 2 features new functionality for swimming.

07 Sep 19:39
Apple announces new Apple Watch Series 2.

07 Sep 19:36
Pokemon Go on the Apple Watch.

07 Sep 19:31
Pokemon Go comes to the Apple Watch.

07 Sep 19:23
Apple CEO Tim Cook announces Everyone Can Code, allowing everyone to learn to coding.

07 Sep 19:16
Shigeru Miyamoto,  Japanese creator of Mario Bros. discusses the new iOS game that can be played with one hand.

07 Sep 19:12
Mario Bros. mobile game comes to the iPhone.

07 Sep 19:04
Apple event starts off with Tim Cook and James Corden in carpool karaoke.

07 Sep 18:53
A week ago Apple announced a new tier of online storage – adding a 2 terabyte option to iCloud at a price of R299.99 per month, hinting that a 256GB iPhone will be launched today. 

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07 Sep 18:32
Less than half an hour to go before the live event begins.

07 Sep 18:14
Apple's Watch online store is now also offline, supporting rumours that a new Watch could be announced today. 

07 Sep 17:59

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07 Sep 17:40
Apple's iPhone accessories page is now offline with this message displayed.

07 Sep 17:14
Rumours suggest that a new Apple Watch will also be announced at today's event. 

07 Sep 16:54

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07 Sep 16:39
Previously Fin24 reported what to expect from today's launch event. Read more here: 

07 Sep 16:07

07 Sep 16:03
Apple gets its own Twitter emoticon ahead of today's launch event. 

07 Sep 15:52
If an "iPhone 7" is  launched it will be to include a better camera, faster processor and a slightly tweaked body from the iPhone 6.

07 Sep 15:51
Earlier today Fin24 reported that that tech analysts and industry bloggers, citing leaks from Apple's Asian suppliers, say it looks like Apple may decided to do away with the analog headphone jack in the next iPhone. Read the full story here: Can Apple make listening easy without a headphone jack?

07 Sep 15:36
The next iPhone - billed to be the "iPhone 7" according to speculation on Twitter - is expected to be launched today following the trend of previous iPhone launches during the month of September.

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