Everything Apple Announced Today At Their iPhone 7 Event That Actually Matters


Today, Apple hit the stage to announce the new iPhone 7, which features a fancy new camera and a water resistant enclosure. They also made a bunch of other announcements, from a new Apple Watch to the death of the headphone jack. If you didn’t feel like wasting hours watching their press conference, here’s everything you need to know.

  • The iPhone 7 Is Water Resistant, Finally Ups to the Base Storage, and Ships on September 16
  • Apple Wants to Kill the Headphone Jack
  • The iPhone’s Camera Gets a 12 Megapixel Upgrade, Includes Image Stabilization, and a Wider Color Gamut
  • Apple AirPods Are $160 Wireless Headphones You Will Absolutely Lose, or Have to Charge Regularly
  • iOS 10 Launches Tuesday, September 13
  • The Apple Watch Series 2 Launches September 16, Adds GPS, Is Water Resistant Up to 50 Meters
  • iWork Gets Real-Time Collaboration
  • There’s a Mario Game Coming to iPhone This Fall

Everything Apple Announced Today At Their iPhone 7 Event That Actually Matters

New Apple Health App to Serve as Organ Donation Matchmaker

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Apple and Donate Life America on Tuesday announced a partnership to offer an organ donation app when the new iOS 10 update becomes available this fall. iPhone users will be able to register for the program with a couple taps of a button.

They’ll be able to sign up to make organ, eye or tissue donations, automatically entering their information in the National Donate Life Registry, which is managed by Donate Life America.

The program can help speed organ donations to about 120,000 people currently waiting for some form of organ or tissue transplant, according to the companies.

There currently are more than 29,000 people a year receiving transplants, but one person dies every hour however waiting for an organ to become available. The hope is that this electronic registry will help connect more potential donors with patients who desperately need to find a match.

New Apple Health App to Serve as Organ Donation Matchmaker