Following a big hardware blowout in San Francisco on Wednesday, Apple has uploaded ad spots and product reveals for the new iPhone 6s, iPad Pro, Apple TV and Apple Watch to its official YouTube channel.
Apple posted a total of nine videos to the Web, including commercials for the new iPhone 6s series, iPad Pro and Apple TV, as well as short clips introducing specific product features like 3D Touch. The company took the opportunity to upload video with support for YouTube's 60 fps streaming protocol, though only for the iPhone 6s reveal teaser seen below.
In one video, CDO Jony Ive explains 3D Touch, Apple's name for force sensing input control on iPhone. The feature supports "Peek and Pop" gesture input for previewing content without opening an app, while other iterations in iOS 9 bring enhanced contextual control for app icons, menus and more.
Other key hardware includes the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, while the new Apple Pencil stylus ranked its own special clip. The Apple Pencil is the company's first branded stylus device and features built-in sensors to monitor pressure, tilt and other metrics for more realistic handwriting input.
As anticipated, Apple announced an Apple TV hardware refresh that brings Siri functionality, an App Store and new touch-based remote control into the mix.
Apple Watch also feature prominently in Apple's Wednesday keynote. The wearable is getting new gold and rose gold colors for the aluminum Sport model, as well as fresh Sport Band colors and a new accessory partnership with Hermes.
In addition to the day's ads, Apple posted an Apple Watch guided tour for Notifications.
Finally, Apple published a full replay of today's keynote presentation on its website.