Apple has sent out invites for their special event to be held tomorrow. It is expected that Apple will unveil the next generation iPad Air, new Macs and release OS X Yosemite at the event. Though the initial rumors placed Apple TV 4 for an early 2015 launch, the tagline of the event’s invite, “It’s been way too long” gives some hope to Apple TV fans too. Read more here.
The latest beta of Apple TV 7.0.1 software turned Apple TV into the master of HomeKit, so there will be no surprise if Apple announce something regarding this topic too.
If you aren’t one of the handful of lucky media persons who received the invite, you can catch a live stream of the event on any of your Apple devices, including the Apple TV.
It’s been way too long.
Join us here at apple.com/live on October 16 at 10 a.m. PDT to watch our special event live.
Live streaming video requires Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X v10.6.8 or later; Safari on iOS 6.0 or later. Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later.
The Events channel, added in the first week of September for the iPhone 6 event, is no longer available on Apple TV. This channel will likely make a reappearance tomorrow and will bring the live stream of the Apple special event to your living room. As usual, the event will begin at 10 am PDT (create a reminder).
As you might remember, Apple’s stream of the iPhone 6 event was so buggy that it was practically unwatchable. Apple engineers are probably working hard to prevent a recurrence and hopefully, you’ll get a better view of Tim, Phil and Craig this time.