Apple Shares Full Video of Fall 'Hey Siri' Event on YouTube

Two days after its jam-packed "Hey Siri" event that saw the debut of several new products, Apple has uploaded a full video of its presentation to its YouTube channel. The same video is also available on Apple's own event website.


Apple's "Hey Siri" event presentation was well-organized but fast-paced, as it covered the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, the iPad Pro and its Pencil/Smart Keyboard accessories, the iPad mini 4, the Apple TV, and several new Apple Watch products, from new Rose Gold/Gold finishes for the Apple Watch Sport to exclusive Hermés Apple Watch models.

Rumors have suggested Apple's big fall extravaganza will be its final event this year, meaning there won't be a second event in October as there has been in years past. Apple has, however, split its upcoming product releases up over September, October, and November. The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will launch on September 25, while the Apple TV will come in late October and the iPad Pro will launch in November.

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joelisfar Avatar
110 months ago
YouTube is nice because it has Apple’s videos in 1080p. And it let’s you link directly to certain parts, such as this gem from Craig ('https://youtu.be/0qwALOOvUik?t=1h34m47s').
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dearfriendx Avatar
110 months ago
Why is MacRumors trying to terrify me with ads like this? D; (see attachment)

Relevant: I'm glad Apple doesn't allow comments on their YouTube publications. There are enough "wars" and trolls on other videos

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xero9 Avatar
110 months ago
Hah cool, they didn't edit out the part where Craig slipped and called it Forced Touch
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Oblivious.Robot Avatar
110 months ago
"I've been hearing things about this on the internet so I better check it out, maybe take a little peek to make some news here today"
This made me chuckle! :D

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Mac Fly (film) Avatar
110 months ago
YouTube is nice because it has Apple’s videos in 1080p. And it let’s you link directly to certain parts, such as this gem from Craig ('https://youtu.be/0qwALOOvUik?t=1h34m47s').
A real magician does the trick in plain sight. Steve jokes about 10" iPod 4 years before launch of 10" iPad. If history repeats itself we should see car ~2019.

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bgraham Avatar
110 months ago
In bigger news, Apple changed its intro screen for every keynote since the dawn of time???????????
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