New Details Emerge Just Before Apple’s “Hey Siri” Event

New Details Emerge Just Before Apple's “Hey Siri” Event
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The day everyone has been waiting for is finally here. Apple’s “Hey Siri” event will take place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco at 10AM PT. All the details surrounding the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, the new iPad models, and the new Apple TV will be revealed, and much more.

Can’t wait another couple of hours for more details? More new information has leaked just ahead of the event to keep you satiated.090915-DETAILSBEFOREEVENT-2

Media outlet 9to5Mac has received some last-minute news from several sources just before the event kick-off. Apparently, the much-awaited iPad Pro will be making an appearance at the event, debuting with prices starting at $799 for the lowest-tier 32GB version, and going up from there. 64GB and 128GB models will sell for $899 and $999 respectively, with an additional $130 charge for LTE capability.

The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will debut, with a faster processor, better camera, and Force Touch display,  just as everyone expected. The rumored Rose Gold color will be available, and the phone will feature another, unexpected feature – using the term “Hey Siri” will always activate Siri – not only when the phone is plugged into a power outlet, as in the past.

We will certainly see a new Apple TV, and it will be running an iOS 9-based operating system, known as “tvOS”. The OS will take many of the features from iOS 9, and blend them in with features that will be available on OS X El Capitan, as well.090915-DETAILSBEFOREEVENT-3

Lastly, the Apple Watch will see several new Apple Watch Sport band colors. While many of the colors haven’t yet been revealed, Twitter user Larry Greenberg (@lgreenberg) tweeted out what appears to be a leaked photo of a red Apple Watch Sport band. The tweet was captioned “I can confirm one product that Apple will be announcing at today’s event. #AppleWatch #red #product”. More bands are sure to be unveiled shortly.

iDropNews will be providing live coverage for the event as it airs. Stay tuned for more updates!

[The information provided in this article has NOT been confirmed by Apple and may be speculation. Provided details may not be factual. Take all rumors, tech or otherwise, with a grain of salt.]

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