Apple is all set for its second hardware launch event for the year. The company is expected to make a number of new announcements including a bunch of refreshed versions of its existing hardware. As previously reported, the company is expected to launch its new 2018 iPad Pro with Face ID, narrower bezels around the display and no home button along with a new version of Apple Pencil. Rumors have also indicated that Apple may launch the much anticipated refreshed version of devices including iPad Mini, Mac Mini, MacBook Air, iMac, and the MacBooks. Apple may also reveal AirPods 2 or even a new product in the form of AirPod headphones. Also Read - Apple iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 public beta released with redesigned homescreen, scribble, compact UI and more new featuresAlso Read - iPhone 12 leaked packaging suggests Apple could drop charger and earpods: Report
In addition to all these devices, the company may also launch the much talked about and delayed AirPower charging mat. Apple had initially announced the AirPower charging mat more than a year ago back in September 2017. The event will kick off at 7:30PM (Indian Standard Time) today. Also Read - Apple iOS 13.5.1 update introduced an infuriating bug
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Apple will be live streaming the launch event on its website so people who are not able to attend the event can catch it on the Internet.
Here is how to watch the Apple October 30 launch live stream
Interested readers can head over to apple.com if they wish to catch the live stream. One thing to note about the live broadcast is that viewers need to use Safari browser on their Apple devices including Mac devices with MacOS 10.11 or newer in addition to iPhones, iPads, or even iPod Touch devices with iOS 9.0 or newer software.
If they don t have an Apple device then they can also catch the live stream by using the Microsoft Edge browser on Windows-powered devices. In addition to the live stream, we at BGR India will also be running a live blog to bring all the updates and announcements directly from the event.