The big story today was the new iPhone. It's officially called the iPhone 7, and of course there's a larger version called the iPhone 7 Plus. Everyone's talking about the loss of the headphone jack and the fancy new camera. Apple has decided to go the non-traditional route by removing the jack entirely in a move Apple Senior VP Phil Schiller called “courageous.” The camera is the real reason that Apple thinks you'll forget that there's no headphone jack. As we surmised, the new iPhone has a dual camera set-up. Now, both versions have image stabilization (before it was just the Plus), both will have a wider lens to let in more light, true tone flash, and an image signal processor. And for your selfies, there's a 7 megapixel FaceTime HD camera. If you're willing to shell out for the iPhone 7 plus, you'll get two cameras with two lenses, 2x optical zoom, and 10x digital zoom. While Apple was soaking up all the attention at its event, Sony fired off its own PlayStation focused event. Also, Dell and EMC form a merger bromance.
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- iPhone 7 and 7 Plus announced with water resistance, dual cameras, and no headphone jack
- Apple warns new glossy Jet Black iPhone 7 finish will scratch easily, recommends using case
- iPhone 7 pre-orders start on September 9 and ships on September 16
- Apple's iPhone 7 ditches traditional headphone socket
- Apple defends decision to remove 3.5mm headphone jack, cites “courage”
- Here’s why the iPhone 7 Plus has two cameras
- Apple Watch Series 2 announced with swimproof shell and GPS for $369
- Apple killed off its super expensive gold Edition watches
- Apple Watch 'Series 1' gets updated CPU, price drop to $269
- super mario run
- pokemon go on watch
- Apple updates iPad lineup with increased storage across the board, iPad Pro gets a price cut
- iOS 10 will be available on September 13th
- macOS Sierra will be released on September 20 for free to Mac owners
- PS4 pro
- PS4 slim
- HDR upgrade
- PlayStation 4 will play Netflix and YouTube videos in HDR
- Dell Closes $60 Billion Merger with EMC
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