An Apple logo hangs above the entrance to the Apple store on 5th Avenue in the Manhattan borough of New York City, July 21, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar

On September 9th Apple announced major upgrades to four of its product lines. The most valuable company in the world announced the arrival of the new Apple Watch OS, a top-of-the line iPad, a revamped Apple TV and the much-anticipated iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. Because you're busy, we cut it down to 90 seconds.

Apple CEO Tim Cook began the two hour presentation by talking about Apple Watch. The wearable device will be seeing a slew of new Apple-sanctioned bands including a line developed by luxury designer Hermes. The company also announced Apple Watch OS 2.0 will roll out on September 16.

A new performance-oriented iPad is also on the way, the iPad Pro, which promises to compete amongst power users, akin to Microsoft’s top-of-the-line Surface Pro tablet.

The company also announced a new Apple TV which will cull several of the largest streaming services into a unified streaming library powered by Siri. It also has gaming capabilities and a blue tooth remote with speech recognition technology.

Last, Apple announced the next iPhone iteration, the 6s and 6s Plus. Standing out among the new iPhone features is 3D Touch which senses a user’s finger pressure, adding a new input method.