Back to the battery, I think many of us (ahem) would take a smaller phone with fewer features if it meant a battery that could last more than a work day.
He's rattling off some other improvements. The WiFi is 3x faster.
Answering a few of your questions -- no release date or prices announced yet.
This is pretty cool actually, you can make a call over wifi and transition to a cellular network while still on the call. Works only with T-Mobile in the US right now.
Wrapping up the new iPhone overview, Phil says "They are the best we know how to make."
He says the people who worked on the mobile payment problem before were doing it from a place of self-interest instead of figuring out the best way to solve the problem. I guess Apple is doing it out of the kindness of its heart?
A second video shows a woman paying with "Apple Pay" and it's of course much faster than the earlier example. She waves her phone at a payment terminal and it beeps. Done, paid.
The iPhones will ship on September 19, with pre-orders starting on September 12.
NFC is built into every iPhone 6 and 6 Plus which is the sensor that makes these mobile payments possible.
Eddie Cue is pointing out that Apple already has many of our credit cards on file thanks to iTunes and the App Store.
NFC has been around for years and is on many other phones, but Apple has dragged its feet until now. Security is one concern with the technology.
It is a watch, with a traditional square watch face and interchangeable
Hmm ... just Watch? No "i?"
It's a comprehensive health and fitness device. Cook is using the word "intimate" a lot.
It's the most personal device we've ever created," says Tim. Accurate, customizable.
"A breakthrough in user interface was required."
"What we didn't do was take the iPhone and shrink the user interface and strap it on your wrist," says Cook.
The "digital crown" is the secret to the new UI. It's a little dial on the side of the watch face for navigating the screen. Press it and it works like the Home button on an iPhone.