Which Apple 9/9 Announcement Are You Most Excited For? [Poll]

You would have to have been living under a rock to not know that there is an Apple event just around the corner, and when Tim Cook sets foot on the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium stage, we expect to be treated to all manner of new goodies, ranging from new iPhones to new Apple TVs with new iPads thrown in for good measure. It’s likely to be a busy couple of hours for both Apple, and our credit cards.

Of course, not everything Apple will announce at its event will be on everyone’s radar. Some people simply don’t have a need for an Apple TV no matter how fancy its motion-sensing remote is. Others don’t want an iPad, even if it’s almost 13-inches large and has a Force Touch-enabled stylus. That’s just the way it is, no matter how much Apple may try to tell us otherwise.


All of this got us thinking about which of the event’s big announcements people like you, our readers, are interested in seeing. Will you be watching the event intently, looking for any sign of the iPad Pro (and iPad mini 4) or will the new and improved iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus be the big attraction? What about that Apple TV 4, complete with a rumored App Store and super-fancy remote? Could that tease your credit card out of its hiding place?


To find out the answers to these questions, we have placed a poll on this post, with a simple question: which of Apple’s impending announcements are you most jazzed for? The options?

So, which is it?  Vote and let us know your thoughts. As for us? That iPad Pro sure is interesting, especially if even half of the rumors about it turn out to be true.

Hopefully, they are and you never know, Apple may have some surprises left for us as well! On a side note, we’re wondering if Apple will continue using their iconic “one more thing” phrase to unveil said surprises now that Swatch has trademarked it.

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