Among the many iconic products and services Apple has made, it would be safe to add one very special category. Their launch events. One of them is taking place today in San Francisco at which the company is all set to launch a new upgraded version of MacBook Pro. And like always, you could be forgiven for thinking this one will change the world (of Apple at least), all over again. After a couple of slightly underwhelming events recently, expectations are high from this one, as there are high possibilities of a complete overhaul for the Mac here.
Just to list down the known possibilities, Apple’s new MacBook Pro will come with a unique OLED function panel just above the keyboard. The notebook will also feature Apple’s famous Touch ID. Apart from that Apple is also likely to launch two size variants a 13-inch model and a 15-inch model. Based on previous leaks, MacBook Pro will sport four USB-C ports and a headphone jack, with no HDMI port, MagSafe port and SD Card slot. Apple is also likely to unveil an updated 13-inch MacBook Air at the event.
Coming back to today’s event, Apple will be holding a press conference on its Cupertino campus at 10 AM local time (1 PM New York, 6 PM London, 7 PMParis) and the event will start at 10:30 PM here in India. These events usually begin on time so don’t expect much delay and be ready if you are in for watching the event live.
In order to watch the live stream on your Mobile device, you need to either have an iPhone or iPad or iPod touch with Safari on iOS 7 or later. Apple stream its live events using HLS technology so no luck for Android or Windows Phone users. However, if you happen to have the any of the above mentioned devices, jump over to this link (http://apple.co/live) just before the event starts.
If you want to watch the event live on your PC then open this link (http://apple.co/live) on your Microsoft Edge browser on your Windows 10 running laptop or on Safari 6.0.5 or later on your Mac device running on OS X 10.8.5 or later.
Lastly, if you have a 2nd or 3rd generation Apple TV running on the software 6.2 or later, or a 4th generation Apple TV – just look for the live stream icon on the main screen.