Apple is set to share some big news next week on Oct. 16, though the company hasn’t said what it has planned for the event. Rumor has it we’ll see updated iPads, iMacs and an official release for OS X Yosemite, and it looks like we’ll all be able to watch along online as Apple unveils its latest products.
The company recently updated its apple.com/live webpage to include the same image used to tease the upcoming announcement, along with a promise that you’ll be able to “watch our special event live” next week. This is the same page Apple used to broadcast its most recent event, where the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Watch and Apple Pay were all announced. Hopefully this live stream doesn’t run into the same issues we saw last time though, which made much of the event unwatchable.
Apple still has a lot left to announce, though next week’s event may not be quite as showy as the one we got last month. We’ve already seen some photos of the rumored iPad Air 2, which is expected to add Touch ID and a thinner design, and we’re guessing the company will do something similar with the third-generation iPad mini. We’re also curious to see what it has planned for its iMac lineup, and we’re still holding out hope that an updated Apple TV might also be unveiled.
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