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Apple earlier today took the wraps off of a handful of new products, including the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Pro, iPad mini 4, a new Apple TV, and several new accessories. Members of the press who were in attendance of the event at the Bill Graham Civic Center in San Francisco got the opportunity to try out many of Apple’s new products and as you’d expect, they all shared their thoughts.

Jon Rettinger of TechnoBuffalo went hands-on with the new Rose Gold iPhone 6s Plus and demonstrated Apple’s new 3D Touch technology. TechnoBuffalo’s hands-on with the iPhone 6s Plus can be seen below.

TechnoBuffalo also went hands-on with the iPad Pro and its accompanying Smart Keyboard case. Those videos can be seen below:

Nilay Patel of The Verge went hands-on with the new Apple TV and its new remote, as well as tvOS and many of the new apps that have been refreshed for the new Apple TV. Patel also demonstrated the new Siri integration that the Apple TV now features.

Dieter Bohn, also of The Verge, went hands-on with Apple’s new iPad Pro and demonstrated the tablet’s speed and size. Bohn also showed off Apple’s new Smart Keyboard for the iPad Pro and remarked that the keyboard feels similar to what is found on the 12-inch MacBook Pro.

Bloomberg’s Brad Stone also went hands-on with the new iPad Pro and Apple’s new iPad Pencil. Stone showed of drawing with the Pencil, as well as using it to navigate throughout the interface. The video can be seen below. Stone also went hands-on with the new Apple TV, the iPhone 6s, and iPhone 6s Plus.

CNET also went hands-on with the new Apple TV and demoed the touch remote, Siri voice control, and showed off the new interface. Likewise, CNET showed off the new iPad Pro and new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. The videos can be seen below:

You can read our roundup of everything Apple announced today here. The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will be available for pre-order starting September 12th and in stores on September 25th. The iPad Pro is slated to launch in November, while the  new Apple TV is slated to launch next month.


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