I'll say you're wrong? What do they have to promote in October that they didn't do in September?Am I right in assuming there will be another during October?
They had one in 2014 to show off THE iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 and the 5k iMacDon't they normally have one though?
Ah that's a shame.They had one in 2014 to show off THE iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 and the 5k iMac
in 2013 it was for the iPads.
I don't believe they had one in 2012.
Since they used September to show off the iPad pro and the new iPad mini, I don't think they'll have a specific event for the iPads.
They won't hold a special event for watch OS2, they already showed off some of the features in WWDC. They were going to release it w/o any further fanfare the other day but then pulled it for a bug. I think having any further special attention to it will only highlight that it was pulled.Mmm, what about iOS 2 for Apple Watch? When it I'll come out ?
Unless more Skylake chipsets are released in the next week or so, then I don't think we'll see any apple event in October for Macs.Unless they have some big surprises for the Mac I wouldn't expect anything out of apple in October.
Like the poster above, I wouldn't be surprised if there was an event Spring 2016 for new MacBooks, MBPs, maybe iMacs and Mac Pros too.I'm saying what about events period?
As I've clearly said, I already know they don't do Mac-only events anymore.
So is that it for Events in 2015? Is the next Apple Event WWDC16?
My bad. I thought they had the iMac chips ready to go. Broadwell in the rumored 21.5" riMac then? I kind of get lost when they go into deep detail with these.What will apple show off on that media event? I mean Intel hasn't released the skylake processors that Apple could use (aside from the low power versions).