Apple iPhone addicts rejoice: you will soon have 2 new toys to play with.
Apple CEO Tim Cook had a few surprises in store for the lucky few who were invited to Apple Day 2015 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco today.
The following details were gleaned from Gizmodo's spies.
As predicted, Apple announced the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus phones. Both phones are encased in an aluminum alloy similar to the type used by the NASA -- the space agency.
According to Apple's Sr. VP of marketing Phil Schiller, the aluminum casing is entirely new.
But best of all, the screen is made out of Ion-X glass to make it more durable when you drop your phone as often as you do.
The new phones are available in a variety of pastel colors.
The tag line for Apple's new iPhone 6s is "The only thing that's changed is everything."
Well, not everything: the screen sizes are the same (4.7 in. and 5.5 in.)
One of the iPhone's neat new features is a 3D drop down menu.
And you Selfie addicts will love the camera app's easy access.
According to a Gizmodo user:
"Instead of tapping on the camera app and then hitting the switch to flip the camera around to selfie mode, you can just press and drag down from the Camera app icon to select the selfie camera shortcut."
Aren't you excited?
Click to watch the Apple Day Live stream.