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Apple has just unveiled its latest line of broadband products, which it says will deliver better internet service for consumers.
The iPhone and iPad 5 and 6 smartphones feature LTE connectivity, making them the first phones and tablets to support the latest 4G network.
They also have Apple TV streaming and the latest version of the company’s iMovie app, which offers high-quality video and music playback for the iPhone and Mac.
Apple is also adding a new TV tuner, a new app for accessing Apple’s music, and new Apple TV apps for Apple TV, Apple TV Mini, Apple AirPort and Apple TV Streaming.
The company also introduced two new high-speed Apple Watch bands, which have new models to replace the previously discontinued “Bands” band.
Apple said it was adding the “Watch” bands in partnership with the American Apparel Association, the American Federation of Teachers, and other organizations.
It will offer a “new and improved” version of its iWatch, it added.
The company said the new bands are also “designed to better support the new iPad Pro,” which is the first iPad with 4G connectivity.
Apple has said that it will be adding more bands to its iView products in the future, including the “TV Band,” which can be used with the Apple TV and Apple Watch apps.
The iPhone and Apple’s iWatch devices will be available on October 21.
The Mac will be arriving on October 30.