Here's everything you should expect (or not) from Apple's September 9 San Francisco event

Here's everything you should expect (or not) from Apple's September 9 San Francisco event
The second Apple coming for this year is about to happen tomorrow, September 9 (10 am PT), and this has been made official as Kanye's 2020 presidential aspirations! Cupertino's flags are flying above the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, the tech media won't stop writing about Apple, and at this point everyone knows the new iPhones are right around the corner! 

But by the looks of it, Apple has plenty more to show besides the iPhone 6s & 6s Plus. After all, it didn't book a 7,000 seat venue just so Tim Cook could climb the stage, bellow "New iPhone! Force touch! $199!" and disappear in a cloud of smoke! So, here are 10 things one should (or shouldn't) expect from tomorrow's Apple event. Come on, we've got everything - from new Apple TV to a Taylor Swift performance!



12. gaming64 unregistered

AlikMalik, ya thinking of upgrading to iOS 9 tomorrow?

15. AlikMalix unregistered

Yeah, I know dark had issues with iOS 8, I didn't that kid of problems - I got a 5S. I also have a 4 year old iPad 3 that's updating too. My at&t upgrade is coming up too, but it'll be a month before I could get my hands on new 6S - so I'll give android a shot again.

11. AlikMalix unregistered

What I rather not see is buncha Drake and Dr. Dre appearances.. I think it devalues the company a bit... They should have gone with One Republic, B2, Taylor Swift, appearances or something more median... or NONE at all, tbh. Everything else is fine... wonder if they will use "one more thing" now that that's been patented by someone else...

1. AlikMalix unregistered

I wonder what these comment sections would be like if there was no fan-wars from any side...

2. luis.d

Posts: 354; Member since: Dec 04, 2013


5. AlikMalix unregistered

I know right...

17. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

The same. Why? because not all of us are fans. many of us just liek technology. I personally love tech-toys no matter whose name is on the package. I like to open the package and touch everything, I like to smell everything. I love touching and playing with new gadgets. I think we all have a favorite toy and like these sites we compare a newer version of the toy to another new toy to see if the toy we got is even worth it. Nothing would change mostly because, we all know Apple has gazillions of dollars. We also know "SOME" other OEM spends gazillions of dollars on R&D and when their phones or devices come out, it shows. Then you have Apple where we know they dont spend very much on R&D but spends gazillions on marketing which also shows in their products Their products are seriously lacking what we have come to expect over a reasonable amount of time. You wouls still have people speaking what you would consider bad, but would only be the truth because you expect some thinsg to change. For example. 4K videos will take up more than double the space of a 1080p video. Why include a feature on a device, you really dont want anyone to use. Why would I say that? Well. if Apple wants people to actually record 4K videos, why can't they increase storage on the based model to 32GB? In fact, since Apple is suppose to be a trend setter, why not drop 16/32GB altogether and just use 64 and 128GB storage on everything. After all, it wont hurt their profit margin. All of us are not "fans" like you. I'm not a brand fan, I am a tech fan. I look at all tech the same. Apple isnt the only one lacking in this department so I dont want to pick on them. I use to love HTC, Blackberry and others. They all slacked even Moto, Sony and LG have slacked considerably.

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