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Apple finally announced the Apple Watch yesterday, in addition to a mobile payment service, the iPhone 6, the iPhone 6 Plus and more.

The company showed some of the device’s functionality for a bit, its design just a tad, and told us that we can expect three different models (Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, Apple Watch Edition) each with two different display sizes. We know the watch is launching in early 2014, but the company still very much left us in the dark.







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Apple is finally hosting its iPhone 6 press conference tomorrow though we’re almost certain that won’t be the only product on display.

Rumors have been swirling around for months suggesting that Apple has another larger iPhone with a 5.5-inch display up its sleeves. Additionally, newer reports have pointed to an early announcement of the iWatch and possibly even Apple’s refreshed iPads.



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Yesterday afternoon, Re/Code said that Apple had moved its plans to announce the iWatch in October and will instead reveal the wearable during Apple’s planned press conference on Sept. 9, where it’s also expected to introduce two models of the iPhone 6. Within mere hours of that news hitting, Samsung and LG pushed out press releases announcing new smartwatches. Coincidence?





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Motorola on Thursday officially sent out invites for a press event that it’s hosting in Chicago on Sept. 4.

While Motorola has introduced several new phones since it launched the Moto X last year, we’re overdue for an upgrade. Most rumors have pointed toward a device dubbed the “Moto X+1,” which we expect to make its debut during the press event. We also think the company will use the time to discuss the Moto 360, including the smartwatch’s launch date and price, in addition to possibly the Moto G2, a successor to the popular and lower-cost Moto G.