March 18

Apple’s iPhones became Flickr’s most popular camera phones in 2008 and most popular cameras overall soon thereafter, but even now, iPhones constitute only 9.6% of the photo-sharing site’s userbase. Despite the iPhone’s undeniable popularity, over 90% of photographers are using other cameras: Canon has a 13.4% share, Nikon 9.3%, Samsung 5.6%, and Sony 4.2%, with tons of other brands following close behind. While the cameras in phones continue to improve every year, they’re not the best tools for photography — they’re just the ones most people carry with them all the time.

If you shoot photos with a DSLR or point-and-shoot camera, you probably aren’t sending images directly to the Internet from the camera itself. You probably come back home, transfer your photos to your computer, then edit and share them with Adobe’s Photoshop Lightroom or one of Apple’s three photo management apps — iPhoto, Aperture, or the beta version of Photos.

For around $30, your iPhone or iPad can change the way you shoot, edit, and share photos. Using the right accessories and apps, you can easily publish DSLR-quality photos a minute after snapping them. I’ve been doing this for years, and it works incredibly well; today, it’s actually better than at any time in the past, thanks to recent iPhone and iPad hardware improvements. This new How-To guide will walk you through everything you’ll need to know to use your iPhone or iPad as a photo editing and sharing station, looking at photo transferring accessories, editing software, and sharing options…

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February 19

February 6

Apple yesterday released a preview of its upcoming all-new Photos app for Mac, which replaces iPhoto and Aperture with a simpler all-in-one photo editor and library manager. Most of the discussion of Photos focused on the huge number of changes from iPhoto and Aperture, burying one very important detail: Apple is changing the way it handles cloud-based photo storage.

Before Photos, Apple offered free storage of photos with limitations in a feature called Photo Stream, which didn’t count against iCloud storage. But the new Photos app uses Apple’s beta iCloud Photo Library feature, which was recently added in iOS 8.1. iCloud Photo Library promises to let you synchronize your entire photo collection including edits and albums across all of your devices… but you have to share your iCloud storage with photos, and album syncing and edits don’t apply to the free 1,000 – 25,000 image storage of Photo Stream.

As most long-time iOS users know, the free 5GB of iCloud storage Apple offers is often not enough to store much more than a single device backup, and for many that will mean no spare room for a photo collection. Consequently, Apple is suggesting that users should buy additional iCloud storage, paying monthly fees to store and sync their photos. As the Photos app is rolling out, Apple is allowing users to stick with the old Photo Stream feature and continue using the new Photos app without turning on the iCloud Photo Library. But it remains to be seen if that will be an option long-term once Photos is released publicly and how users will respond when they find out their free 5GB iCloud storage isn’t cutting it for their photo collection…

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February 5

Apple is rolling out the first pre-release seed of OS X 10.10.3 to testers and developers today including the all-new Photos app with support for iCloud Photo Library beta. Previously, iCloud Photo Library was only available for desktop users through iCloud.com using a web app. The new Photos app replaces iPhoto while Aperture is also no longer being developed. Apple first announced the new Photos app at WWDC 2014 and later added that development would no longer continue on either iPhoto or Aperture. Adobe released a tool last fall to help Aperture users migrate photos to their pro app Lightroom. expand full story

The newly launched iphone 6 has been a long awaited and one of the most desired phones of the year. The new iPhone 6 is turning up as a device to get in love with. When it comes to a new launch, Apple has again surprised people with goose bumps and successfully turned the tables. The new iPhone 6 is the topic where mesmerizing experience starts from the very first look to all the way to its performance. iPhone 6 has become the most searched gadget on Google 2014. It won’t be wrong to say that people went insane for owning the iPhone 6. The waiting in long queues in front of the stores after months of pre-ordering, is justified by the arrival of whole new experience. The iPhone 5 and 5s users are wondering the worth to upgrade to the new iPhone 6. When it comes to new features integration, Apple shows up very well with a pretty impressive work on the long enough list.

 FEATURE REVIEW: –

 Display –The first look of the iPhone 6 says all about “The Change”. Apple has now finally movedfrom its small screen customs to bigger screen phones. The screen size of iPhone 6 is stretched from 4 inch to 4.7 inch. Now the resolution of iPhone is 1334*760 pxwith 326 PPI density. Where as the iPhone 5s has resolution of 1136*640 px with a much small screen of 4inch.

iPhone 5s is slim with 7.6mm but the Apple has pretty well managed to make the new iPhone 6 much slimmer to 6.9mm. The placement of physical buttons are also re-positioned (lock button) from top to right side; and the edges are also curved.

Reachability – iPhone 5s hasaddicted userswith the comfortably operable iPhone 5s average sized screenbut a thing to be thought will be for accomplishing the same comfort after migrating the user to the BIG screen phone.With increasing the screen size, Apple has made a remarkable move with integrating a new feature for single-handed use. Reachability is a new astonishing aspect to empower the users of the iPhone 6. Users just need to double tap on home button, and with a blink of an eye the whole screen is shifted downwards for easy access to the options that were showing at the top of the screen. Despite of the 4.7-inch screen of iPhone 6, the glamorous feature has made the access and use very smooth and reachable. That is one wonderful thing to be thought of and Apple has done justice with it.

NFC –Apple pay is here. Although previous versions including iPhone 5s did not had any NFC (Near Field Communication) but it was always on the radar of Apple. Apple has now embedded the NFC chip iniPhone 6 for the users to pay without taking out their wallet and getting the card swiped. The whole process can now be done by just putting the phone in front of the device and then pay by touch ID only. Users have to just enter the credentials of the card and complete the process of using the phone to pay only once. The details of the credit card and credentials are not anywhere saved on the database of Apple, which is a fabulous thing. The security has been the one of the major concerns these days which is made sure to be taken care of in iPhone 6. But the chip is closed for the third party developers since now. According to the resources, Apple is looking forward to expand the use of NFC for public transit tickets, building security and on some other different commercial levels.

Camera – Not a big change has been noticed in the front side and the rare side camera as iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 both have 8 mega-pixels. Apple has though made some changes and tweaks in iPhone 6. Now the iPhone 5s users can enjoy a lot more features by upgrading to iPhone 6 integrated inside the camera of iPhone 6.

Autofocus of the phone is re-touched with the new “Focus Pixels”.  Autofocus of iPhone 5s was great but now it is twice as fast as the previous one. One can easily autofocus and that too very quickly. The rear camera is one that does “Digital Image stabilization”, which means that the photos will be much clear and crispier. One of the really awesome things about the rear camera is the slow motion video capturing at 240 FPS that is a fantastically sharp experience. The front camera is also of the aperture f/2.2 as of the rear camera. Now the front camera can capture much better photos in low light as well as offers a burst mode too.

Processor and Wi-Fi – Peeking inside, iPhone 5s posses the A7 processor where as in iPhone 6Apple has introduced the new A8 processor which 13% small in size than the previous processor A7. And additionally is designed to be 50 percent more efficient. The new processor is tremendously fast.

The A8 processor is accompanied by M8 co-processor, which tracks the user’s activity such as walking, cycling, running for the records and use of health kit.

Speed is not only limited to the processor as the WIFI 802.11 ac is 3 times faster. 4G LTE is supported by both iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 but the iPhone 6 has now an extra support on 20 LTE, which makes iPhone 6 a better option in performance terms as well.

Battery – Apple has broken the myth of more battery consumption by a big screen phone that drains by lunchtime and prompts to charge. Talk time of iPhone 5s is 10 hours and Internet surfing is 8 hours. Although iPhone 6 is a BIG screen phone but the battery life as claimed by Apple for iPhone 6 for talk time has improved from 10 hours to 14 hours. Adding on, Internet use has increased10 hours from 8 hours.

Apple has now moved to the large screen segment and justified the new look as being elegant that makes it standout. Not just the looks, but also its inside is built strong and proficient for the flawless performance. Apple iPhone 6 is a good option for those who want a bigger and better iPhone in terms of performance, looks, and some big and small tweaks.

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December 25, 2014

Let’s assume you unwrapped a brand new Mac this year (awesome!) or scored a ton of iTunes/iBooks/App Store credit (still awesome!) and you need ideas for awesome apps to buy and check out for your new MacBook or iMac. Tons of new apps have launched on the Mac this year and even more have added new features and remain essential. Below are some of my favorite Mac apps that I’ve used needed from time to time or even use daily and should give you a solid place to start whether your a brand new Mac user or Mac veteran looking to do more with your machine. expand full story

December 2, 2014

Most of my favorite gift picks this year fall into the category of using the iPhone and iPad on the road so I already shared my favorite gift items for road warriors including CarPlay in-dash receivers and more. The Mac, though, is less transit-friendly when it comes to gifts unless you’re looking for a power adapter for charging in the car, so below I’ve collected some more Mac-friendly gift picks as well as a few analog options and more. Catch up with the rest of 9to5Mac’s holiday gift guides for more ideas and follow 9to5Toys.com for the latest deals.  expand full story

November 21, 2014

November 13, 2014

November 6, 2014

Apple has updated the beta version of its iCloud Photos web app with support for uploading images to a user’s iCloud Photo Library. The feature will likely roll out soon to everyone on the public version of the service soon, but for now is limited to the beta site.

The change adds a single “Upload” button to the upper-right corner of the page, which shows a standard image picker when clicked. From there, users are presented with the progress indicator seen above, and the image becomes available on all of their devices. At this time, video uploads don’t appear to be supported.

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October 17, 2014

Earlier this month Apple published some support documents that referred to an iCloud.com-based Photos web app for managing a photo library. It was discovered that when the URL for the app was entered into the beta version of the iCloud site, it produced an error message rather than simply redirecting to the home page like any other invalid link.

Today a 9to5Mac reader attempted to load the app and was presented with the page pictured above indicating that users running iOS 8.1 (which includes the beta version of the iCloud Photo Library feature) will be able to use the web app to view their photos. With iOS 8.1 scheduled for release on Monday, it’s not a stretch to think the online version of the app will be launching then as well.

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October 16, 2014

With the release of OS X Yosemite today, app developers have started releasing redesigned or upgraded versions of their apps to incorporate the new features and design language found in the latest version of the Mac operating system. Among those are popular apps like 1Password, Airmail, and Things.

We’ll keep this list updated as more apps get updated, so check back often to see what new apps have been updated.

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October 15, 2014

It looks like Apple’s event tomorrow will focus on new iPad models as rumored, but there are bound to be a lot of announcements beyond just the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3. Below we’ve put together some of our expectations for other possibilities at the event, including likely announcements for new Macs, software updates and a couple of possible surprises you might not be expecting. expand full story

September 23, 2014

With the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple made several improvements to the camera quality. It’s still packing an 8-megapixel sensor (f2.2 aperture), but there are a few new features that make the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus camera stand out. There’s a certain level of quality that most people expect when shooting video or photos with an iPhone, but this cinematic camera demo takes it to another level…

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September 15, 2014

September 9, 2014

Seth Weintraub | 11:58 ..and we’re done I think. Go read all of the posts on 9to5mac.com

Seth Weintraub | 11:58 Running U2 ad looks like 10 year old iPod ads

Seth Weintraub | 11:57 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 2.56.28 PM

Seth Weintraub | 11:46 U2 is going on. They are putting their album on the iPhone 6

Seth Weintraub | 11:46 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 2.45.05 PM

Seth Weintraub | 11:45 Now talking Music

Talking about iTunes 

Seth Weintraub | 11:44 Wrap up

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Seth Weintraub | 11:43 Apple Watch will be available in early 2015 starting at $349

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Seth Weintraub | 11:41 magsafe induction charging

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Seth Weintraub | 11:40 3 different editions. Works with iPhone 5/c/s or iPhone 6

Seth Weintraub | 11:40 Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, AppleWatch Edition

Seth Weintraub | 11:40 can control Apple TV, walkie talkie, 

Seth Weintraub | 11:38 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 2.37.25 PM

Seth Weintraub | 11:36 Jay Blahnick talking about all of the fitness features

Seth Weintraub | 11:34 Fitness App monitors activity

Workout App allows you to set specific goals

Seth Weintraub | 11:34 Talking Fitness now

Seth Weintraub | 11:32 Pinteresting and city Mapper. BMW Charge level 

Seth Weintraub | 11:32 American Airline 1 tap, Starwood Hotels (creating a key).

Seth Weintraub | 11:31 Twitter and Facebook are making apps as Mark reported

Seth Weintraub | 11:31 3rd party apps for iWatch. 

Notifications from apps.

Watchkit for Glances and notifications

Seth Weintraub | 11:29 This tap communication this is going to change the world.

Seth Weintraub | 11:27 Interesting maps interface on Apple Watch

Seth Weintraub | 11:26 Lots of updates since iPod Nano :P

Seth Weintraub | 11:25 I’m really like the polish of these watch apps and glances

Seth Weintraub | 11:21 Glances is interface for Watch for little bits of info

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Seth Weintraub | 11:18 Kevin Lynch (former Adobe Exec) is demoing Apple Watch

Seth Weintraub | 11:17 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 2.16.08 PM

Seth Weintraub | 11:16 Real Gold

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Seth Weintraub | 11:14 2 size Apple Watches

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Seth Weintraub | 11:14 Magnetic leather and lots of other watch options

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Seth Weintraub | 11:12 lots of watch faces and personalization options

Seth Weintraub | 11:11 Magsafe induction charger

Seth Weintraub | 11:11 4 sensors in the back

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Seth Weintraub | 11:09 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 2.08.43 PM

Amazing

Seth Weintraub | 11:08 Share heartbeat with other people

Seth Weintraub | 11:08 Ive narrating. Whole different UI

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Seth Weintraub | 11:06 Jony Ive narrating Apple Watch Story

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Seth Weintraub | 11:04 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 2.04.21 PM

Seth Weintraub | 11:04 MultiTouch allows people to interact with technology

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Seth Weintraub | 11:01 Apple Watch is the most personal device Apple has ever created. 

Seth Weintraub | 11:00 Apple Watch

Seth Weintraub | 10:59 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.59.25 PM

Seth Weintraub | 10:57 Oh damn

tim Cook Dropped it

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Seth Weintraub | 10:56 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.55.45 PM

Apple Pay: October in US

Seth Weintraub | 10:55 Integrated into Target Appor Groupon or Uber 

Seth Weintraub | 10:54 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.54.06 PM

Seth Weintraub | 10:54 Lot of locations will take Apple Pay

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Seth Weintraub | 10:53 Apple Pay

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Seth Weintraub | 10:51 Apple doesn’t know what you buy

Seth Weintraub | 10:51 No need to cancel Credit cards if iPhone gets lost

Seth Weintraub | 10:51 Device only – no iCloud syncing

Seth Weintraub | 10:50 Use iSight Camera to add new card. Add to passbook

Seth Weintraub | 10:49 Passbook will be the wallet

Seth Weintraub | 10:49 NFC Radio in 6 and 6Plus with touch ID.

Seth Weintraub | 10:48 Apple demonstrates NFC payment/ Brings up Eddie Cue

Seth Weintraub | 10:48 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.47.55 PM

Seth Weintraub | 10:47 Apple loves these types of problem. This is what Apple does best

Apple Pay

Seth Weintraub | 10:46 Apple talking security non-ironically

Seth Weintraub | 10:46 Credit card/magnetic stripe interface

Seth Weintraub | 10:45 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.45.10 PM 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.44.53 PM

Seth Weintraub | 10:44 Wallet!

Seth Weintraub | 10:43 Bigger than Bigger

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Seth Weintraub | 10:42 Tim Cook back up: How it makes you feel!

Seth Weintraub | 10:42 That’s all for iPhone 6/+

Seth Weintraub | 10:41 Prices:

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Seth Weintraub | 10:40 New Silicone Cases and LEather cases including Product Red

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Seth Weintraub | 10:39 New Gyroscope in camera

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Seth Weintraub | 10:36 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.35.56 PM

Seth Weintraub | 10:35 Ugh

Seth Weintraub | 10:34 Schiller: iPhone has become the world’s most popular video recorder. 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.34.15 PM

Seth Weintraub | 10:32 Boom

Seth Weintraub | 10:31

iPhone 6 has an 8MP iSight camera, 1.5µ pixels, ƒ/2.2 aperture. And an all-new sensor.

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Seth Weintraub | 10:30 Sounds like Fast Autofocus, Tone mapping, noise reduction, 

Seth Weintraub | 10:29 Focus Pixels Camera

Seth Weintraub | 10:29 New Cameras!

Seth Weintraub | 10:28 802.11AC and Wifi calling and VoLTE9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.27.49 PM 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.27.31 PM

Apple Invents calling over Wifi

Seth Weintraub | 10:26 it measures elevation (Barometer)

Seth Weintraub | 10:26 THE NEW M8 CAN TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CYCLING AND RUNNING

Seth Weintraub | 10:25 BATTERY FTW

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Seth Weintraub | 10:24 Double Touch moves whole screen down for reachability”

Seth Weintraub | 10:22 Apps/Websites not updated to new iPhones “just work”

Seth Weintraub | 10:22 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.21.30 PM

Seth Weintraub | 10:21 Boom!

Seth Weintraub | 10:21 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.20.26 PM

FAST. YIIIISSSSSS

Seth Weintraub | 10:19 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.18.46 PMseems fast?

Seth Weintraub | 10:18 2B Transistors on a 20nm process. 13% smaller than A7

Seth Weintraub | 10:18 25% faster CPU

Seth Weintraub | 10:17 Developers can customize apps for the larger screen

Seth Weintraub | 10:16 “easy to use one-handed

Seth Weintraub | 10:16 Sleep/Wake is pushed to right side (all as expected)

Seth Weintraub | 10:16 Sideswipe gestures for new phones

Seth Weintraub | 10:15 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.14.34 PM 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.14.13 PM 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.14.05 PM6 plus has new horizontal display

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Seth Weintraub | 10:12 1080P display in Plus

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Seth Weintraub | 10:11 Pshiller:

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Seth Weintraub | 10:09 iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus

Seth Weintraub | 10:09 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.08.27 PM

Seth Weintraub | 10:08 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.07.46 PM

Seth Weintraub | 10:07

“Today, we are launching the biggest advancement in the history of iPhone.”

Seth Weintraub | 10:07 more importantly, #1 loved phone in the world

Seth Weintraub | 10:07 #1 smartphone in the world

Seth Weintraub | 10:06 Starting with iPhone

Seth Weintraub | 10:06 (Last Apple event at Flint Center was iMac launch in the late 90s

Seth Weintraub | 10:06 Hello again says Tim cook with a Bondi Blue iMac in the background

Seth Weintraub | 10:04 This video stream is a mess for me (Safari)

Seth Weintraub | 10:04 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 1.03.40 PM

Seth Weintraub | 10:02 (unless you’ve got the Truck)

Seth Weintraub | 10:01 It is showtime!

Seth Weintraub | 9:53 Might just be Electric President

Seth Weintraub | 9:51 10 minutes!

Seth Weintraub | 9:50 This music isn’t great unless that CD is skipping

Seth Weintraub | 9:48 9to5-image 2014-09-09 at 12.47.30 PM

Seth Weintraub | 9:46 Video is now live!

Seth Weintraub | 9:44 In the house

Seth Weintraub | 9:43 T Minus 20

Seth Weintraub | 9:39 Not going to lie. Not sure who this is

Seth Weintraub | 9:37 Apple making your typo famous? Priceless

Seth Weintraub | 9:30 Dis is nuts

Seth Weintraub | 9:26 BTW Windows users, we’ve got you covered for the live stream

Seth Weintraub | 9:19 Fashion

Seth Weintraub | 9:10 No doubt? V

Mark Gurman | 9:08 Dre will be there

Seth Weintraub | 9:06 Are those presenter clothes for the fitness expert?

Seth Weintraub | 9:04

Are you getting it?—
Seth Weintraub (@llsethj) September 09, 2014

Mark Gurman | 9:02 Health.

Mark Gurman | 8:59 Maybe they’ll be time lapsing the covers coming off of the major structure 

https://twitter.com/Tim_Stevens/status/509370121148960770/photo/1

Seth Weintraub | 8:59 Help

Seth Weintraub | 8:52 Sage advice:

Mark Gurman | 8:42 Craig on scene

Mark Gurman | 8:40 Apple’s doing their own blog 

LOL

Seth Weintraub | 8:34 He needs coffee? 

Seth Weintraub | 8:27 wat. Apple is liveblogging themselves? Yisssssss. I can go back to sleep

Mark Gurman | 8:19 Nice scoop

Mark Gurman | 8:18 Who invited this guy?

Mark Gurman | 8:18 Some TMI from Engadget:

Mark Gurman | 8:17 Steve Kovach sharing some great photos of the breakfast scene. 

Seth Weintraub | 8:15 We’re now 2 hours from liftoff

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It’s September 9th, and you know what that means: Apple’s biggest event in several years is happening today. We’re expecting Apple CEO Tim Cook and his team of executives to discuss two new and larger iPhone models, a mobile payments system, and of course, a fashion/health/fitness-centric wearable device. We’ll be following along and providing articles with the latest news throughout the day. This News Hub will embed the latest action from the ground at the Flint Center in Cupertino and provide an easy access view of the latest news articles. You can also follow us on Twitter at @9to5Mac for quick updates as they break, and all our updates below:

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