Apple holds a media event today at 10pm PDT. The event is stream live online now.
Apple iPad Event Live Online Stream Started
The new Apple event is here. Starting at 10am PDT, Apple will unveil the new iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. This is 100% confirmed as Apple had a little snafu yesterday leaking screenshots of the manuals for the new iPads on iTunes.
The new iPads will have Touch ID, which enables them to be used for Apple Pay. Apple Pay is likely launching on the weekend after the event. We expect Apple to announce that as well.
Besides the new iPads, Apple is expected to reveal a new iMac with Retina Display and give the details of OS X Yosemite release.
You can watch the live video stream from the Apple Event on Apple.com.
The Live streaming video of the iPad event requires Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X v10.6.8 or later; Safari on iOS 6.0 or later. Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later.
Let’s hope that this time Apple is able to handle the live stream and actually deliver a working stream. The iPhone 6 event online stream was a total disaster. Not only did the stream fail and had for a long time Chinese translation audio, also the Apple.com site failed. Apple cannot afford another fiasco like last time. The world and Samsung made fun of their failure to stream an event live online.
To sum it up. Apple is expected to reveal today the new iPad Air 2 and new iPad mini 3. Apple is also expected to reveal an iMac with Retina Display and possibly also a Retina MacBook Air. Apple is also expected to reveal the release details of OS X Yosemite. You can watch the Apple iPad Oct. 16 Event live online in a video stream.
Read the latest Apple News and Rumors in our Apple News Hub and on our new real-time Apple news site Apple Balla.
Pleased that Apple event recording resumes playback where stream gave up yesterday.
— mmuehlberger 11 min 42 sec ago.
— AppleInside_ 23 min 46 sec ago.
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