Apple’s seems determined to unravel more mysteries and make straight their former mistakes as the firm again send out invitations for their October 16 event.
The firm September event which gave birth to the new Iphone 6, Iphone 6 Plus and iOS 8 causes chaos on social media has many reported that the live streaming which the firm offer via apple.com/live was filled with plaque issues, delayed footage and more. However, Apple seems not to pay attention to this as they will be live streaming the October 16 event again via same channel, though we can only hope this goes smootly without any issues.
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What to expect at the event? We all know Apple are discreet and full of suprises, but according to recent rumours the firm may unleash new iPad series and Macbooks. Ipad Air 2 is the latest gist in town and we won’t be suprise if the firm unclad it at the event, new Macbook Mini successor is also expected.
Only devices running this OS are supported for watching live update
- Safari 5.0.10 or later
- OS X 10.6.8 or later
- iOS 6.0 or later
Simply go to apple.com/live to start streaming, the event is expected to take off at 10am Pacific Time*NEW UPDATE
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