Apple’s week: iPhone 6S pre-order record, watchOS 2 delay and iOS 9 review

After the flurry of news that came with Apple’s unveiling of its iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and iPad Pro, the last week for the company was, as you’d expect, a bit quieter.

However, Apple still found time to reveal that it’s on track for record sales of it new phones when they launch, release iOS 9 to the masses and acquire a mapping startup to help boost its geo-location services in its ongoing battle with Google.

Apple reveals iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus on track to break 10 million order record

iPhone 6S comes in four colours

Huge interest in latest flagships from Apple ahead of release as firm touts record-breaking pre-orders

iPad Pro vs Surface Pro 3

The iPad Pro has a Smart Keyboard accessory

We put Apple’s giant tablet-laptop hybrid up against Microsoft’s own device to see how the two compare

Apple watchOS 2 software update delayed owing to ‘bug’ problem

New Apple Watch straps and facesLast-minute issue forces firm to postpone launch

iOS 9 review

iOS 9 on the iPhone and iPad

We cast our critical eye over Apple’s latest mobile system offering

Apple acquires startup Mapsense to take on Google Maps

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Another startup purchase for Apple as it looks to beef up its maps offering

iPad Pro: Top 10 features from Apple’s 12.9in tablet

iPad Pro can be used with the Apple Pencil StylusV3 takes a look at some of the main features in Apple’s new business-focused tablet-laptop hybrid

Wearables need integration and compelling use cases, otherwise I won’t care

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V3‘s own Roland Moore-Colyer calls on Apple, Google and the rest to make wearables more compelling, rather than just glorified notification gizmos

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21 September 2015 | 2:50 pm – Source: v3.co.uk

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