apple keynote Stories September 10, 2015

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No time to view the full Apple event keynote? You can now watch it in under 10 minutes

If you missed the livestream of yesterday’s keynote, and don’t have time to watch the full-length replay, you can now watch the edited highlights in just eight or nine minutes. Engadget got theirs down to a little over nine minutes, while The Verge managed just eight.

You can, of course, check out links to all our coverage of yesterday’s announcements, together with the liveblog notes.

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Update: David Pogue from Yahoo has it down to 2.5 minutes

apple keynote Stories October 15, 2013

Apple has announced that it will be holding its next media event on October 22nd, which is in line with expectations. The event will take place at 10 AM Pacific/1 PM Eastern Time at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California.

The event will likely showcase new versions of the iPad, including a redesigned full-sized model that looks like a larger iPad mini and a new iPad mini that boasts a Retina display.

Also in Apple’s pipeline are new iWork suites, a new version of the Apple TV, new MacBook Pros with faster chipsets, OS X Mavericks, and the new Mac Pro. It’s unclear which of the aforementioned products will actually get stage time this time around, but the new Mac Pro, MacBook Pros, and OS X Mavericks are the most likely to appear in addition to the tablets…

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apple keynote Stories September 9, 2013

Ahead of tomorrow’s iPhone-relate media event on Apple’s Campus, banners promoting the proceedings have gone up at Apple’s 4 Infinite Loop Town Hall. The banners are nearly identical in design to the event’s official invitation, and some have interpreted the colors to indicate that the iPhone 5C (in multiple colors) will be announced at the event.

Also expected tomorrow is an iPhone 5S, an upgraded version of the iPhone 5 that includes a faster processor, improved camera system, and fingerprint sensor for login authentication. We’ll be covering the event live on 9to5Mac.com, and the event begins at 10 AM Pacific/1 PM Eastern. Another photo below (Thanks, iGen.fr): expand full story

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