iPhone 6S, iPad and Apple Pencil Launched : Apple Special Event as it happened


Apple Special Event is all set to start today. Windows users can watch the Apple Special Event Live Streaming only on their Windows 10 PC with Microsoft Edge Browser. The event is one of the much-awaited events of this year, considering the launch of Apple Watches and New smartphones from Apple.

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Watching of Apple Special Event have Requirements of Live streaming uses Apple’s HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) technology. HLS requires an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with Safari on iOS 7.0 or later, a Mac with Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later, or a PC with Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. Streaming via Apple TV requires a second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later.

You can watch the Apple Special Event here: http://www.apple.com/apple-events/september-2015/

Apple Special Event has came to end check out as it happened here

Live Updates of Apple Special Event:

  1. iPad Pro can be a musical instrument, can have a full sized keyboard. Multitasking in iOS 9 “designed for iPad Pro”
  2. iPad Pro is as thick as the iPad Air. 2732×2048 pixel screen.
  3. 5.6 million pixels. Documents can be seen full size. “Most advanced display we’ve ever built”
  4. Variable refresh rate to save energy. Great contrast ratio: Phil Schiller
  5. iPad Pro powered by “desktop class” A9X chip, higher memory bandwidth, higher GPU performance.
  6. 360X faster graphics than original iPad. iPad Pro is faster than many PCs shipped in past 6 months: Schiller
  7. 3 4K streams can be edited at once on iPad Pro. 10 hour battery life
  8. iPad Pro has 4 speakers, auto balances left and right depending on how it’s being held
  9. New Apple iPad Pro is 6.9mm thin, 10-hour battery life, new A9X processor.
  10. Apple announces smart keyboard cover for iPad Pro with Macbook-style slim key switches
  11. iPad Pro has the new magnetic connector for smart keyboard cover. iOS can detect it and adapt.
  12. Apple also shows off a stylus for iPad Pro at Apple Special Event: Apple Pencil
  13. iOS optimised for Apple Pencil: Notes now lets you sketch, Mail allows markup.
  14. Pro Create, the new app for drawing. Microsoft Office apps allow annotations
  15. Paint, highlight etc with different colours and thicknesses in MS Office apps on iPad Pro. Viewable across platforms.
  16. Turn sketches to objects in PowerPoint. Multitask with two full sized apps on iPad Pro screen
  17. Adobe creative workflow apps also optimised for iPad Pro. Typekit fonts on the mobile device for the first time.
  18. Adobe apps demo: turning rough sketches into polished layouts using iPad Pro and Apple Pencil.
  19. Adobe Photoshop Fix and Adobe Photoshop Sketch for quick work on iPad Pro and Apple Pencil
  20. iPad Pro and iOS 9 allow workflows ie editing photos, creating layouts.
  21. New healthcare app: 3D 4 Medical for communication with patients, showing high-res bone scans.
  22. 60fps animations of muscle tissue, simulated surgical procedures.
  23. Phil Schiller back on stage. Sums up iPad Pro: 12.9-inch screen, A9X CPU, 10-hour battery, LTE, Touch ID
  24. Available in silver, gold, space grey. Starts at $700 for 32GB Wi-Fi
  25. iPad Pro With 12.9-Inch Display, Apple Pencil Stylus Launched
  26. iPad Pro: $799 Wi-Fi 32GB, $949 Wi-Fi 128GB, $1079 Wi-Fi + cellular 128GB
  27. Apple iPad Pro accessories: Apple Pencil $99, Keyboard $169
  28. iPad Pro has 8-megapixel iSight camera, 802.11ac MIMO Wi-Fi, up to 150mbps LTE.
  29. Apple iPad Pro available in November. Eco-friendly materials and construction.
  30. iPad mini 2 starting price drops to $269, iPad mini 4 seen at $399, iPad Air $399, iPad Air 2 $499
  31. iTunes, Netflix, Hulu. 60% of paid TV streaming is consumed on Apple devices through apps: Tim Cook
  32. New Apple TV has touchpad remote. Siri’s voice searches with natural language
  33. Games on Apple TV: remote is a game controller
  34. Eddy Cue on stage to demo new Apple TV. Device looks like the previous generation, but new remote with touch
  35. New Apple TV remote has buttons for Siri. Touch to scroll, Siri results appear overlaid on UI.
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  37. Apple TV has universal search across apps: iTunes, Netflix, HBO, Hulu etc. All options were shown
  38. New Apple TV has HD screensavers, day and night scenes depending on current local time.
  39. Siri voice search lets you find shows by details such as guest stars and nearby events too
  40. New Apple TV has Apple Music app, can access user’s photos. Siri can suggest content too.
  41. Siri can filter search results, let you narrow down results
  42. New app store offers optimised apps from Netflix, Hulu, HBO, Disney. New games including Guitar Hero for Apple TV.Galaxy on Fire, Rayman Adventures, Guitar Hero, Shadowmatic coming for Apple TV
  43. Apps for kids, comic books, popular apps eg AirBNB all coming to Apple TV
  44. Apple TV games support multiplayer with iPad or iPhone as the second controller.
  45. Beat Sports, new collection of games exclusive to Apple TV from Rock Band creator Harmonix
  46. Up to four players, use remote or iOS devices to swing a baseball bat and hit “notes”: Beat Sports
  47. New Apple TV enables couch shopping: Gilt app, making fashion “visual and social”
  48. New iPhones also in Rose Gold colour. iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus.
  49. 3D Touch: pressure sensitive screen, contextual actions. Shortcuts to frequent actions on home screen
  50. 3D Touch is a breakthrough in an interaction. Jony Ive narrates a video
  51. Brand new glass for durability. 3D Touch Screens
  52. Light press to “peek” at content. iOS 9 integration. Tactile feedback and action menus.
  53. Capacitive sensors measure the minute gap between glass and backlight. Haptic feedback like Watch.
  54. Swipe up during pressure tap to see common actions. See calendar info in messages, open links in Safari.
  55. Craig Federighi comes out for a demo. Mail app: light tap to take a “peek”, increase pressure to jump in
  56. Short, distinct vibration bursts. I’ve talks about hardware and software experience integration.
  57. Press on app icons to see contextual actions: quick contacts, camera modes by pressing respective icons.
  58. Drop pins in Maps, peek at locations. Force at edges to call up app switcher
  59. New iPhone 6S and 6S Plus have A9 CPU, new architecture. 70% faster CPU, 90% faster GPU than A8.
  60. Pixeltoys studio demos its game Freeblade. 3D touch controls, eg harder touch for heavier weapon.
  61. High-resolution textures, better blur, smoke and light effects possible with A9 chip. 60fps, available this holiday season.
  62. Apple goes google way Motion coprocessor always on, now integrated onto A9 SoC. Hey Siri to activate Siri anytime.
  63. 2nd gen Touch ID twice as fast. new 12-megapixel iSight camera.
  64. 50 percent more pixels and equal more “focus pixels” for quick autofocus. improved colour accuracy
  65. The new Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus include improved 12-megapixel camera.
  66. Showing off amazing photos taken with iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.
  67. 63-megapixel panoramas on iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. 4K video.
  68. Improved colours, skin tones, depth of field, exposure and light metering. Improved low-light shots.
  69. Can edit 4K videos in iMovie app. 5-megapixel front cameras for iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus.
  70. Live Photos – use force touch to play animations that look like ordinary stills
  71. iPhone prices all on contract. 16GB prices $649 and $749 unlocked respectively
  72. iPhone Upgrade Program: new unlocked iPhone with AppleCare+ starting $32/month; yearly upgrades
  73. iPhone 5S free on contract, iPhone 6 $99, iPhone 6 Plus $199. iPhone Upgrade Program launching in US
  74. iOS 9 releases Sept 16. iCloud storage plans: 50GB for $0.99/month, 200GB $2.99/m, 1TB $9.99/m
  75. iPhone 6S: 16GB $199, 64GB $299, 128GB $399. iPhone 6S Plus: 16GB $299, 64GB $399, 128GB $499.
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