Last week, Apple sent out invitations emblazoned with a myriad of custom colorful logos for a special October 30 event in New York City. That day is now almost here.
Apple is expected to announce a number of new products, including an updated iPad Pro and possibly a low-cost MacBook, along with other unknown products.
If you want to watch the event, Apple makes it super easy to stream the keynote. Here are some things you’ll want to know.
- The event starts at 10 a.m. ET (7 a.m. PT) on the dot.
- The stream will be available through Apple’s site on the four major browsers—Chrome, Safari, Edge and Firefox—covering iOS, Mac, Windows PC, Chromebook and Android users.
- Apple also has a dedicated events app for the Apple TV that will stream the event.
TechnoBuffalo will bring you up to the minute coverage of everything Apple announces, so stay tuned.
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