The event will be live streamed on Apple’s website and through a dedicated channel on Apple TV, just like last month’s iPhone 6 and Apple Watch event.
Apple sent out invites for the special event on October 16 earlier in the week with the tag line “It’s been way too long.” The event will be held at the Town Hall auditorium on the company’s Cupertino campus at 10:00 AM Pacific Time.
Apple is widely expected to unveil the next generation iPad Air, possibly the next generation iPad mini, and iMac with Retina display. Apple may also announce the release date for OS X Yosemite.
Apple has also released the IOS 8.1 beta 2, which is highly improved and much more powerful with OS X Yosemite. If you want to update to ios 8.1 beta than register your iPhone,iPad,iPod to Apple Developer Account. It will allow your iPhone,iPad,iPod to activate in all the beta versions of ios. Its your device will be registered into Apple Developer Program. So its a legit way to use ios 8 beta’s on your device and enjoy all of it’s features. If you don’t register to Apple to developer account and update to any ios beta version than your device will be stuck at activation err. Your device will not be activated until you register your device udid to Apple Developer Account. So Click here to register your device to Apple Developer Account and than update to ios 8.1 beta version. Together IOS 8.1 and OS X Yosemite it makes your iPhone and Mac very powerful and life gets much easier.
You will be able to watch the live stream of the event only on Apple devices. We will provide more details on how to watch the event as soon as we’ve more details.
Let’s hope that we don’t hit the issues like we did with the September 9th iPhone event as the stream simply couldn’t cope with the demand. As always, we’ll be bringing live coverage of the event.