Apple updates Events app for Apple TV ahead of October 30th keynote

Apple has updated its Events app for the fourth and fifth-generation Apple TV in preparation for the October 30th event that’s expected to see the debut of new iPad Pro models and several new Macs, Juli Clover reports for MacRumors.

“The updated Events app can be downloaded from the tvOS App Store, and it features artwork from the media invites that were sent out last week,” Clover reports. “The Events app on the Apple TV will list the start time relevant to your own location, listing 10:00 a.m. for people on the East Coast and 7:00 a.m. for people on the West Coast. ”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Note: Select Apple stores around the world will be live streaming the keynote, and you can sign up to attend, 9ot5Mac notes. See the full list of participating Apple Retail Stores here. Apple’s Special Event page is here.

New renders of 2018 iPad Pro ahead of Apple’s launch event – October 22, 2018
Apple sends invitations to media for ‘There’s more in the making’ special event on October 30th in Brooklyn – October 18, 2018

1 Comment

  1. I realized today how fatigued, unexcited and ambivalent I am about Apple Event after Apple Event not delivering the goods I need or want in the way of pro Macs, which has effected my feeling about all Apple devices.

    Apple as your lack of care for pros goes so does their influence and reason for staying with the Apple ecosystem. Frustrating when with a minor amount of their immense resources the Mac could itself resurge big time and cause a real threat to the PC market and become even more attractive to Enterprise. So Apple by their lack of imagination and drive are leaving huge amounts of money on the table thinking the Mac is on it’s last legs. Or by giving that impression by their lack of keeping current and designing Macs power user pros want to buy.

    I know this is old news but it bears repeating until Apple finally gets it. I do think it’s possible 2019 may be the first time in many MANY years Apple will have a competent Mac line across the board. One can hope. If they do and the uptick in yearly sales is very notable I hope they take notice of the why.

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