On Tuesday, Apple presented a bunch of new products during its ‘Spring Loaded’ event. With new Macs, Apple TV, iPad Pro, and more unveiled, what was your favorite announcement?Expand Expanding Close
The one-hour Apple ‘Spring Loaded’ event included a bunch of new hardware and features. While a new iPad Pro, redesigned iMac, Podcast subscription feature, and a new Apple TV were unveiled, there are things that Apple is rumored to be working on but didn’t announce. Read on as we round up what Apple didn’t announce…Expand Expanding Close
Apple is holding its first special event of the year today, and we expect a combination of iPad announcements, AirTags, and more.
Apple’s live stream will begin at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, and you can follow along in 9to5Mac’s Apple Event News Hub for the latest coverage. Head below and refresh throughout the event for more.Expand Expanding Close
Earlier today, 9to5Mac reported that Wedbush analysts had predicted a price increase for the next iPad Pro generation that will probably be announced tomorrow at Apple’s “Spring Loaded” event. The letter also provides more information about a new entry-level iPad and iPad mini that could be announced as well.Expand Expanding Close
Apple has announced the first Apple event of the year for April 20, and it will be completely virtual. At this event, Apple is likely to announce new iPad Pro models, AirTags, and more. The event will be streamed live from Apple Park starting at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET.
The news of this event was first revealed via Siri this morning.Expand Expanding Close
Apple has officially announced its third event in three months. The event will take place on November 10 at 10 a.m. PT, and Apple has invited everyone to tune in remotely with the tagline “One more thing.”
This event is expected to focus on the upcoming transition to Apple Silicon in the Mac lineup, with Apple having promised its first Apple Silicon machine would come before the end of the year.Expand Expanding Close
Apple may have just accidentally shared when the iPhone 12 event could be as an event test on YouTube appeared and was quickly removed.Expand Expanding Close
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Apple’s biggest product announcement of the year is happening today. We’re expecting three new iPhones, updates to the Apple Watch, and much more.
9to5Mac will be covering the Apple event and breaking news all day long, so keep refreshing our Apple Event News Hub for the latest coverage! Apple’s live stream kicks off from Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park today at 10 am PT/1 pm ET.
On Monday, I attended Apple’s very different kind of special event at Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park. There was no new hardware to unveil — new iPads, iMacs, and AirPods came the week before — so four new services took the show: Apple News+, Apple Card, Apple Arcade, and Apple TV+…
9to5Mac is on the ground in Cupertino, California for Apple’s special March 25th ‘It’s show time’ event, and our news hub is collecting all of our coverage in one place.
We’re expecting a new subscription video service, the first look at Apple’s new original TV series catalog with some major Hollywood stars involved, the fate of Apple’s Texture acquisition and the new Apple News Magazines service — and maybe a few surprises — so stay tuned to 9to5Mac for all the news from Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park live from the keynote on Monday 10 am PT/1 pm ET.
The rumors were true: Apple will hold its next special event on March 25th, 10 a.m. local, at Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. The special event will mark the first time Apple has used its Apple Park venue for an event that doesn’t include a flagship iPhone announcement.
Apple officially announced the event with the tagline: It’s show time. The event theme leaves little to the imagination with a film-inspired countdown and a spotlight on the Apple logo.
March is upon us, and for Apple, the month is shaping up to be quite busy. Major software updates will likely be released and there’s a services-packed event rumored for the end of the month. There are also a number of new hardware rumors floating around that could materialize at any point. Here’s our preview of Apple’s eventful month ahead:
At the start of the week, you could reasonably guess that Apple might hold its semi-regular spring event to unveil a new 10-inch iPad and smaller iPad mini 5, an updated iPod touch, possibly AirPods 2, and new features in iOS 12.2. Reliable reporting has since adjusted expectations, giving us a rumored event date and a focus on new subscription news and video services in place of any hardware. So when should we expect to see all that rumored hardware if there’s no hardware event?
Apple has just published the entire video of this week’s “There’s more in the making” event on YouTube. During the two-hour event held in Brooklyn, New York on Tuesday, Apple announced the new iPad Pro with its edge-to-edge display, a much-anticipated new generation of the Mac mini, the new MacBook Air and more.
October 30th has arrived and its Apple Event Day — the second of the fall! 9to5Mac’s Apple Event News Hub will be updated regularly throughout the day with the latest announcements from Apple. The event kicks off at 10 am EDT/7 am PDT from Brooklyn, New York City.
Last week, Apple officially scheduled its latest special event for October 30th. The event will be live streamed as usual, and today Apple has updated its official Apple Events app in preparation for that stream. With the app, you’ll be able to tune in live directly from your Apple TV.
Apple has now published the full 2-hour Gather Round keynote on YouTube. The event goes over the new Apple Watch Series 4, iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and iPhone XR.
It’s September 12th and Apple Event Day has finally arrived. 9to5Mac’s Apple Event News Hub will be updated regularly throughout the day with the latest announcements from Apple. The event kicks off at 10 am PT/1 pm ET and we’ve already got loads of details confirmed before it actually starts. Read on for all the latest…
It’s official: Apple will hold its next big event on September 12 at Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino. Apple issued media invites with the tagline ‘Gather round’ as a teaser today. While three new flagship iPhones and a redesigned Apple Watch are expected to be the star of the show, there are a lot of other products in the pipeline that could make an appearance at the big event.
Making The Grade is a weekly series from Bradley Chambers covering Apple in education. Bradley has been managing Apple devices in an education environment since 2009. Through his experience deploying and managing 100s of Macs and 100s of iPads, Bradley will highlight ways in which Apple’s products work at scale, stories from the trenches of IT management, and ways Apple could improve its products for students.
On Tuesday, Apple laid out its clearest vision of their education strategy to date. That strategy revolves completely around the iPad in classrooms. Apple is keeping the iPad at the center of everything it does in education. Read 9to5Mac‘s recap for a rundown on everything Apple announced yesterday, and read on for my take from a classroom IT management perspective.
Apple has unveiled a new 9.7-inch iPad with Apple Pencil support at its education event. Prior to today, Apple Pencil support has been limited to Pro models of the iPad. Details below:
It’s Apple Event day here at Lane Tech in Chicago. 9to5Mac is onsite, and we’ll be live blogging the event as soon as it kicks off at 10 am local. The Apple Store is currently down ahead of expected product announcements and there will be no live stream of the keynote so stay tuned for up-to-the-second coverage and much more!
Apple Events for Apple TV has been updated ahead of Tuesday’s education event in Chicago. The new version includes a theme refresh to match the event invitations with the Apple Pencil-sketched logo, but it also includes confirmation on live streaming plans.