It's not much of a surprise to many that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) unveiled its long-awaited iPhone 6 on Tuesday, in addition to entering the wearable's space with Apple Watch.
In Friday's tech edition of Where the Money Is, Fool tech analysts Nathan Hamilton and Sean O'Reilly discuss this week's happenings, but take a look at some of the Apple announcements that didn't make as many headlines as the company's latest device offerings.
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