The Apple event at which the company is expected to announce its long-awaited TV and movie subscription service, as well as a subscription version of the Apple News service, has been announced for March 25, 2019 at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park Campus in Cupertino, California.Read More
Apple’s next big media event will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 12, at 10 a.m. (Pacific) at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park Campus in Cupertino, California. The tech giant has sent out press invitations dubbed “Gather Round,” referring (I’d guess) to the main ring-shaped building at the Apple Park “spaceship campus.”Read More
One year after construction on the first phase of Apple Park was originally scheduled to be finished, the city of Cupertino, California has granted Apple a series of temporary occupancy permits that allow employees to move into parts of the main building of the “spaceship” campus, reports VentureBeat.Read More
Talk about good timing! We decided to switch our AWT TV livestream to Tuesday nights a while back, and sure enough that just happened to coincide with the September 12 Apple Event. Marty Edwards, who is recovering from pneumonia, and Steve Sande got together on Tuesday night for an hour-long discussion of the announcements from Cupertino, what they mean, and what we'd buy!Read More
Today was the long-awaited event at which we had our first look at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, and saw a number of new and amazing products rolled out by Apple. In this special 23-minute edition of the Apple World Today News Update podcast, join Steve Sande for all of the news from today's event, including:
- The introduction to the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park
- The Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular
- The Apple TV 4K
- The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
- The iPhone X (pronounced "iPhone Ten")
- and more!
It's the day before a BIG Apple event, so today's podcast is a bit shorter than usual:
- There's already at least one person in line for the new iPhone, although it won't ship for at least two weeks...
- Apple World Today will have plenty of coverage of tomorrow's event, on Twitter, Facebook and tomorrow night on YouTube
- The LTE Apple Watch may be able to send and receive calls on the same phone number you have for your iPhone
- The Steve Jobs Theater only received a temporary occupancy permit on September 1, with the fire department providing "approval with conditions"
We don't know exactly what will happen starting at 10 AM on Tuesday, September 12, 2017, but based on past history and the current rumor mill both Dennis and I are making our predictions on how the event will unfold. This is my post; expect to see Dennis's take on the event on Monday.Read More
On Tuesday, we'll be treated to the first interior views of the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, which will be the likely location of many future product reveals by Apple. Drone pilot Duncan Sinfield has been treating folks to wonderful videos of the construction of Apple Park, and in this latest video you can see a group of people -- Apple execs, perhaps? -- standing inside the completed facility.Read More
It's official. Apple today sent out invitations to media (unfortunately, we were left out again...) for a September 12, 2017 press event. Apple's expected to introduce the iPhone 8 -- or whatever it will be called -- and a host of new products across the board.Read More
The latest 4K drone footage from Matthew Roberts of Maverick Media shows the state of Apple's new headquarters campus in July of 2017. Roberts did some close flyovers of the Steve Jobs Theater, which some are expecting to be used for the first time in September when the next generation of iPhones is unveiled.Read More
During a Q&A session at today's shareholder meeting held at Apple's Cupertino, California campus, Apple CEO Tim Cook told investors that the company is still very much focused on its professional and creative pro customers and will "do more" in the pro area.Read More