After the successful debut of its flagship phones several weeks ago Apple is seemed not to leave no stone unturned as it is on the verge of dishing out more revelations to the delight of the eager tech fans and aficionados. Along with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the company had also unveiled its smartwatch.
Apple has established itself as a potent force when it comes to make announcements and the company seemed to have a lot of things to say about its latest offerings in the upcoming event which will take place today at 10:00 PT at its campus in Cupertino, California.
Save for the alleged leaks that surfaced out prior to the event about the company’s latest iPad models, Apple has been so quite about its new product lineup. But there is one thing that will likely materialized in the event and this is the traditional “executive presentation” that was cited on the invitation which will have series of announcements about the company’s latest hardware, software and products.
Many of the speculators in the industry have focused on the unveiling of the iPad models to pounce on the forthcoming yuletide season. Last year the company rolled out its latest version of the tablet which is the iPad Air.
Aside from the new iPads versions, Apple may also release updates to its Mac desktop computers.
The company was at usual modest way of sending out its invitations to the developers and to the press people, which comes with a phrase that reads, “It’s been way too long.” Fortunately, we are several hours away from knowing the revelations the company will finally unwrap.
The event will be held at the humble Apple campus in Cupertino, which gives a hint that the event is not as big as the one that is staged several weeks ago while releasing the company’s flagship iPhones.
The event will be shown live at Apple’s website through video-streaming starting at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. If you are keen on watching the event you are required to have a version of the Safari browser 5.1.10 or better on a Mac desktop that runs the OS X v10.6.8. You can also see the event through your iPhone that runs the iOS 6.0 or later using the Safari browser.