Apple has confirmed on its website that the October event will be streamed. The URL is ‘apple.com/live’, so it seems that Apple is using the same video/blog platform that it first used for the iPhone 6/Apple Watch event in September. As the event progressed, Apple added tweets, product information and photos to the timeline below the main video. Let’s hope the stream doesn’t also experience the same issues as the September event this time around, which made the event unwatchable for many people.
Apple has confirmed it will stream its 16 October event, giving eager spectators the chance to watch the tech giant unveil its latest gadgets as it happens. Visitors to Apple’s live site will see a holding page for the stream, with the text: “Join us here at apple.com/live on October 16 at 10am PT to watch our special event live.” The event is expected to see the arrival of new iPads and Macs, with discussion of Mac OS X Yosemite also in the cards. Apple’s last big event took place in early September, when the tech giant proudly touted the iPhone 6 and its bigger sibling, the iPhone 6 Plus. We also got our first tempting glimpse at the Apple Watch — the company’s attempt to dominate the ever-expanding world of wearable tech. Our fingers are crossed that the live stream proves a little more stable than the one last month. Much of Apple’s September event was marred for many viewers by sluggish, glitchy video and a translation audio track playing loudly over the feed.