In New York on Tuesday, the tech giant is expected to unveil new versions of its iPad Pro tablet and entry-level MacBook Air laptop. I'll be there with news and hands-on impressions from Apple's event starting at 10 a.m. Check back here for updates throughout the day. Apple, which introduced new iPhones and a fourth-generation Apple Watch in September, has officially only said this event at the Brooklyn Academy of Music is about "making." It sent journalists invitations featuring personalized Apple logos; my invite for The Washington Post was blue with geometric toggles and buttons.
Apple is showing no signs of slowing when it comes to new product and software releases. Following the recent release of its macOS Sierra update last month, the tech giant will reportedly be unveiling a new collection of Macs at an Oct. 27 Mac event, Recode reported Tuesday. The announcement comes after the rollout of the latest iPhone 7 models and Apple Watches, but the tech giant is still planning to host a Windows 10 hardware event Wednesday, according to Recode. In addition, the Apple Watch Nike will become available Oct. 28. The Mac event is slated to take place around Apple's Cupertino campus location, although an actual location has not been confirmed.
It seems like we were just here a few weeks ago … but now Apple is back to tell us about its newest hardware. This time around, the focus is a product line that hasn't gotten a lot of love lately: MacBooks. Yes, Apple's line of portable computers is getting a much-needed refresh today. We can't wait to see what's in store. And of course, we here at WIRED will have a liveblog to bring you all the news.
Here's how you can get a front-row seat at Apple's October 30 iPad Pro and MacBook event in Brooklyn, New York without leaving the comfort of your home or office. Must read: iPhone XR: Here's nine things you need to know about Apple's'affordable' iPhone The first thing to bear in mind for this event is that Apple is holding it on the east coast, which means that the event starts three hours earlier compared to Apple events held on the west coast. OK, so how do you watch the event? The first is that Apple is streaming the event from its website. For iPhone, iPad, PC, and Mac users, this is probably the place to go to watch it.