Apple has confirmed it will livestream its event on October 16, where it is expected to unleash a couple of new devices, including the much-anticipated iPad Air 2.
The press event, which kicks off at 10 a.m. PDT on October 16 at its headquarters in Cupertino, California, will be live streamed at Apple.com/live. The event kicks off at 10.30 p.m. India time.
As we know, the stream for the launch of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus was not less than a disaster. The stream kept breaking out, leaving users fuming with anger.
The Cupertino-based tech is expected to launch a couple of new connected devices. Apple is rumored to unveil the iPad Air 2, alongside the iPad Mini 3 and new Macs. There's also a full possibility to see the next-generation Apple T.V. We're also excited about an update on the OS X Yosemite.
Despite repeated rumors, we probably won't see the 12.9-inch hybrid iPad Pro. Last week, it was reported that Apple might have postponed manufacturing the large screen tablet, as the company would like to focus on the current demand for new iPhones, especially, the iPhone 6 Plus.
If you're planning to watch the launch of the next-generation Apple devices, here how to watch it live!
Watch Apple’s iPad Event on Apple T.V
If you have an access to the on second-and third-gen Apple TV devices running software version 6.2 or later, you can watch Apple's iPad event live on October 16. All you need to select Apple Events from the main menu to watch. Of course this is a great way to catch all the action on big screen.
Watch Apple’s iPad Event on iPhone/iPad
The live event can also be viewed from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 6 or later using the Safari Web browser. Click here to know more
Watch Apple’s iPad Event on Mac
Yes indeed, the live event can be watched from a Mac. You need to require OS X v10.6.8 or later using Safari version 5.1.10 or later. Click here to know more
Watch Apple’s iPad Event on PC
Unfortunately, the live stream works only on Apple devices. You can't watch the live stream of the event on your Windows PC, Linux or Android devices for that matter. It won't work on Safari for Windows.