Sep 10, 2014 7:14AM

Meet The Apple Watch & iPhone 6's

Shipping on 19 September.

Praise be to our Apple overlords, for today they've gifted the masses with a long awaited and aesthetically pleasing bunch of products — the Apple Watch (not the iWatch, you liars), the iPhone 6, a new payment system called Apple Pay (although not really a product) and the iPhone 6 Plus (who knew?!) have been presented to the world via a presentation from Apple's chief executive Timothy D Cook. Here's the down low on the new time saving/wasting devices.

- Timothy uses his Apple Watch to control the TV, while other Apple employees use it as a camera view finder and a walk talkie. Real talk. Developers will be adding "things we can't even imagine yet," too.
- The watch is run through a "killer" app and charges with a wireless charger attached via magnet. No word on battery life, but it's confirmed the watch will cost $349 USD.
- The watch will comes in different styles and straps, with a choice of two sizes. Express yo' self!
- The iPhone 6 will have a screen measuring 4.7 inches while the iPhone comes in at 5.5 inches. The screens comes with a new horizontal view of the home screen.

- The new phones will come built with a new barometer sensor, for fitness types.
- Apply Pay will be used to make credit card payments at retail stores. Yay?
- The resolution on the cameras is staying at 8 megapixels. Con. Although it will be able to take 240 frames per second, for slow-mo videos.
- Apple are frothing on their i08 software developments, which will be available to pre-existing users on 17 September.
- Also, there's an iTunes Festival happening in London, and Apple is kewl and loves music, therefore U2 appeared out of nowhere during the presentation and performed to the crowd. #themoreyouknow

Now go forth, and pay someone to line up outside a store for you!