Is Apple TV and iPhone 6s a Change for Apple?



Max Miller

Ever since the first iPhone was released in 2007, the Apple Company has taken over our lives. Apple has revolutionized the way we communicate, research, and even how we go through our daily lives. That is why most people cannot live without their phone. It has become a thinking tool, and the Apple Company looks like it will never cease to grow.

Almost every year, Apple seems to amaze its customers with new and improved products. This year, they introduced the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6s Plus. There are many new features that these devices hold. They include new 3D touch, Retina HD display, the strongest glass on any smartphone, and many more. The list goes on and on for these ever changing devices.

“The only thing that has changed with iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus is everything – 3D Touch lets us interact with iPhone in entirely new and fun ways, and the innovative Live Photos brings your pictures to life,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing.

Apple is also reinventing television with all-new Apple TV. The new Apple TV comes with a Siri remote, which allows you to search for your favorite shows with your voice. Apple is trying to create the future of television.

A new, free update has been released on September 16th for iPhone, iPod, and iPod Touch users. In this update, the devices are more intelligent with search engines, and have improved Siri features. A new idea has been added to the update; two apps will be able to be launched at the same time. Unfortunately, this feature only works with the iPad.

Apple is an extremely large technological company. Their quarterly revenue is roughly 49.6 billion dollars, and they have a quarterly net profit of 7 billion dollars. A quarterly net profit is the actual profit made on a business transaction.

Overall, Apple has revolutionized the age of technology. They seem to keep climbing the ladder of success. We could only guess what Apple will invent next and how that will change our lives, yet again.