Apple Special Event in Pictures: iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Watch Launch

By Prarthito Maiti

    Love it, hate it, or maybe ignore it. But Apple has generated a sort of fan following for itself over the years that won't really go out of context anytime soon. With one new iPhone (two this time) coming out each year, there should be a big reason why masses queue up outside Apple Stores much before the release of the handsets.

    Apple isn't like others in the market. It keeps a strict set of ideologies that it adheres to while releasing a new handset every year. Even keeping the whole iPhone release out of the picture, the new Apple Watch spells a lot of class as well. And although Apple has made a late entry into that industry, the company is known for innovating it way out of messy situations. And we are expecting the same this time around.

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    With the recently concluded Apple event gaining dust, we are now looking back at few of the brilliant moments from the event that were enough to make a mark on us. Here's a look at the 20 best photos from the event.

    The Apple event was kicked off by a brilliant U2 performance of its newest album "Songs of Innocence."

    The Flint Center was bursting to the seams with crowd flowing in for the big launch event.

    "Today, we are pleased to announce the biggest advancement in iPhone," said Tim Cook at the event.

    "Today, we are pleased to announce the biggest advancement in iPhone," said Tim Cook at the event.

    The iPhone 6's continuous, seamless design came into picture. It didn't show any distinct edges with the cover glass curving around the sides.

    Both iPhone 6 models feature a new Retina HD display. Oh! And did we mention that the iPhone 6 is impressively thinner than any in its family.

    Later Phil Schiller took the stage to expand a bit more on the new iPhones. First hand.

    While the iPhone 6 has a 4.7-inch display, iPhone 6 Plus offers a 5.5-inch display. Here's to Apple moving into the phablet sector.

    We are seeing the most beautiful displays on an iPhone. And did we mention? The best displays the industry has to offer.

    iPhone 6 has a resolution of 1334 by 750 with 326 pixels per inch. And that too for a more than 720p Retina HD display.

    iPhone 6 Plus has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch. We are talking full 1080p HD resolution here, guys.

    iPhone 6 Plus has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch. We are talking full 1080p HD resolution here, guys.

    iPhone 6 Plus has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch. We are talking full 1080p HD resolution here, guys.

    iPhone 6 Plus has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch. We are talking full 1080p HD resolution here, guys.

    iPhone 6 Plus has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch. We are talking full 1080p HD resolution here, guys.

    iPhone 6 Plus has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch. We are talking full 1080p HD resolution here, guys.

    iPhone 6 Plus has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch. We are talking full 1080p HD resolution here, guys.

    iPhone 6 Plus has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch. We are talking full 1080p HD resolution here, guys.

    iPhone 6 Plus has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch. We are talking full 1080p HD resolution here, guys.

    iPhone 6 Plus has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 with 401 pixels per inch. We are talking full 1080p HD resolution here, guys.

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