Apple has now published the full 2-hour Gather Round keynote on YouTube. The event goes over the new Apple Watch Series 4, iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone XR.

This is Apple’s first lineup that takes on the all-screen design for the iPhone, ditching the Home button (and Touch ID) in favor of gestures and Face ID. For the Apple Watch, this is a pretty substantial upgrade as we see it gain electrodiogram functionality, a larger display, brining them now to 40 and 44mm, and an all new gold stainless steel finish.

During the event, Apple also dropped the iPhone 6s, iPhone SE, and the previous generation iPhone X. Gone is also the GPS only Series 3, and Series 1 Apple Watch. This means customers will now be required to purchase an LTE-enabled Apple Watch from Apple. (Remember that cellular data is optional on these models.)

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