On January 9, 2007 – 10 years ago on Monday – Steve Jobs kicked off his presentation to unveil "three revolutionary products." These included a touch iPod, a better cellphone and a "breakthrough Internet communications device." Today we know it simply as the iPhone.
At an event held at its Cupertino, California headquarters, the company showed off two new 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro notebooks. Both include a new display called the Touch Bar at the top of the keyboard.
The company rolled out its new iOS 10 software for iPhones and iPads on Tuesday. While the previous version (iOS 9) focused on much needed performance upgrades like better battery life, iOS 10 wants to dazzle you with new fun features.
On Wednesday, September 7 (1 a.m. Thursday, PHT), the company is holding its annual fall media event in San Francisco, where it typically unveils the new iPhone. This year, we may even see an option with a new shade of black added to the lineup.