Apple unveiled the latest version of the iPhone 6 on Tuesday in Cupertino, but it was the new 'Apple Watch' and 'Apple Pay' which stole the show. The watch will not go on sale into early 2015 but the early reviews are optimistic the watch will be something Apple fans will want to get their hands on. Also new was 'Apple Pay.' It is the tech giant's version of the mobile wallet. Gartner Analyst Van Baker says Apple has a unique opportunity to get people excited about using a mobile wallet because of the partnerships the company inked with retailers such as Macy's, Starbucks and Walgreens. As for the latest version of the iPhone, it will come in both a 4.7 inch and a 5.5 inch screen. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will both be available for pre-order on September 12th and will ship on September 19th. TheStreet's Technology Correspondent Jennifer Van Grove has details from Cupertino, California.
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