On October 16 2014, Apple is supposed to be enchanting the stage to proclaim not only the release of OS X Yosemite, but also latest emails with Retina displays and latest iPads. They have just changed on their devoted Live page ahead of the occasion. The Live page, which is an enthusiastic porch for any live streaming events the Cupertino-based Corporation covers, has just been switched on early on Friday, October 10, numerous days previous to the administrator media event kicks off.
The page is fairly undemanding, with the recognizable multi colored Apple logo, along with the tag-line: “It’s been way too long,” which the brand used on their event invites sent out on Wednesday, October 8.
Under the tag-line Apple comments the time that everyone wishing to look at the event live should return to the page. The media event is planned to commence at 10:00am PDT, or 1:00pm EDT. It was early in the morning on October 10 2014 that it was at first reported that Apple would be live streaming the event, and now Apple has officially ready it official. There is even an alternative near the bottom to insert the event straight to your calendar.
Apple’s live streaming of its October 16 media event will take place particularly on this devoted site, as well as an enthusiastic application on the Apple TV. During this event, Apple is supposed to be not just announcing the public commencement of OS X Yosemite, but also going to release the brand new Retina emails as well as launching the next generation iPad mini and iPad Air having Retina display in them. Find out the Apple iPad Air 2 Price in Dubai UAE and check which store has the best rates in UAE.