Apple just made tech a no flex zone for the competition. After rumors swirled about its next big release, the House Steve Job Built unveiled the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus at the Flint Center in Cupertino, Calif. on Tuesday (Sept. 9). Apple also revealed ApplePay and Apple Watch. According to USA Today, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will have larger screens with a 4.7-inch and 5.5 inch display. To note, both phones are “slightly smaller” than Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note. In addition, the phones boast a faster A8 processing chip and a processing power than is 25% faster in comparison to the 5S. The new design showed an improved landscape feature, which will also work on the home screen. The front camera is said to let in 80% more light and better face detection for the perfect selfie. With a two-year contract, the iPhone 6 will cost $199 for a 16GB model of memory, $299 for the 64GB phone and $399 for 128GB. The iPhone 6 Plus is priced at $299 (16GB), $399 (64GB) and $499 (128GB), CBS News reports. Two other features coming into the fold include Apple Pay (essentially attempting to turn your iPhone into a wallet) and Apple Watch (a computer on your wrist!). A quick glance at timelines (and a 3.8% increase in Apple stock) shows that the world wide web is excited for the new product.
— Una Profunda (@DizzyHendrixx) September 9, 2014
I seriously don’t know which one to get I like big phones #iphone6plus will be mines
— Ty’keisha Scott (@TykeishaScott) September 9, 2014
Judge me if you want but $399 is being dropped on this phone #iphone6plus
— Imani (@GStateUGirl) September 9, 2014
The new iPhone 6 ships out Sept. 19, while the Watch is slated for an early 2015 release.