Watch Apple iPad Event on 16 October Live, On October 16 2014 Apple will conduct a program to discuss about the new gadgets that the company has launched recently, namely the iOS 8.1, iPad, OS X Yosemite and its Mac products. Apple will be fully engaged with the simultaneous release of all these devices. For those who are interested, the happenings of the program can be heard live from the Town Hall.
During September, Apple released the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus as well as the Apple Watch. Along with this, they also introduced the new Apple payment service called Apple Pay. The Cupertino Company is already reveling in the huge sales of both the new smartphones and the expected demand for the company’s first smartwatch.
Though Apple has always been known for running its events smoothly, this time the online users had a troubled functioning of the live streaming. Some users were also not at all able to watch the significant event which took place at the Flint Center for Performing Arts. Nevertheless, Apple will be broadcasting the event once again in October. Let us hope that this time the users will not encounter any problems.
The iPad Air is likely to deliver the sensor for Touch ID fingerprints and the overall gadget will have a slim contour. The mini version of Apple’s iPad, the iPad mini, is also expected to have the Touch ID and System-on-chip.
It has been a while now since Apple has launched an update for its Mac mini gadget. The iMac has gained a remodeled design in the year 2012, which might be the beginning of the device with a Retina screen. It is worthwhile to note here that the high resolution display is expected only for the 27-inch device, whereas the 21.5 inch model might remain as it is for quite some time.
Apple users have a lot to anticipate with the release of iOS 8.1. The new version brings along with it a number of other new and exciting features, one of them being the Apple Pay feature. The launch of OS X Yosemite for Mac computers is forthcoming and the operating system has already outshined with three Golden Masters.
In order to live stream on a Mac, you will require the installation of Safari 5.1.10 or its higher versions on OS X 10.6.8. On the other hand, the iPhone, iPod and iPad users will be able to tune in using the Safari application on iOS 6 or later versions. Open the ‘apple.com/live’ address on the Safari web browser of your device.
Those who own an Apple TV can also watch the streaming on this device, on the condition that it will have to be an Apple TV 2 or Apple TV 3 generation model with iOS 5.0.2 or higher version running on it.
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