iPhone 6 isn’t simply bigger — it’s better in every way. Larger, yet dramatically thinner. More powerful, but remarkably power efficient. With a smooth metal surface that seamlessly meets the new Retina HD display. It’s one continuous form where hardware and software function in perfect unison, creating a new generation of iPhone that’s better by any measure.
It also introduced a new mobile payments service dubbed "Apple Pay." Each phone will come equipped with its new payments service, which launches in the United States next month and allows users to pay for items in stores with their phones instead of physically presenting their credit or debit cards.
iPhone 6 features an A8 chip built on second-generation 64-bit desktop-class architecture. Its incredible power is enhanced by an M8 motion coprocessor that efficiently measures your activity from advanced sensors, including a new barometer. So you can do more, for longer periods of time, with better performance and battery life.
iOS 8 will be available for download from 17th September 2014
A new payment process called Apple Pay was also announced - its uses fingerprint ID for security and stores payment information on a NFC chip.
Apple claims the feature is more secure than keeping cards in a wallet.
The company says it is a health and fitness device which has many of the same features as a smartphone - but crucially needs an accompanying iPhone to work.
It uses GPS and Wi-Fi to track the wearer's distance for example, and a user can also tap the screen and another Watch wearer will feel the vibration.
The watch will start at $349 (£216), and comes out early next year.
Among the features of the two new iPhones are a better sensor and autofocus for the camera, a barometer, and a landscape mode.