The news surrounding Beats Music, post Apple acquisition of Beats Electronics, has been all over the place. The newest report, though, is potentially the best news for subscribers, though.
While Apple would have us believe “It’s been way too long,” for whatever it is they plan on showing off at a media event in October, many believe it’ll be new iPads, new Retina iMacs and the launch of OS X Yosemite on stage. A new report suggests one new, rumored device won’t be in attendance.
Earlier in 2014, Apple officially welcomed Beats Electronics into the Apple family, following a successful acquisition, and now the company is rumored to be ejecting another company from its retail stores.
Apple issued invites to members of the press for its upcoming media event on Thursday, October 16 at the Town Hall auditorium on its Cupertino-based campus. The tagline for the invite was “it’s been way too long,” leading many to speculate as to what Apple could potentially be hinting at with this message. We have a possible explanation ahead.
While Apple’s big September event has come and gone, and with it we saw the unveiling of the iPhone 6 lineup, Apple Pay and Apple Watch, there’s another event often rumored to be right around the corner.
Retina iMac currently in late-stage testing, could launch alongside OS X Yosemite according to new report
Rumors of an iMac with a Retina display measuring in at 27-inches have been swirling for some time now, with the most recent surfacing earlier in September. Now, a new report suggests that Apple could be gearing up to launch the new desktop sooner, rather than later.
Just over a week before the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus would go on sale, a report surfaced that revealed the devices would not be going on sale in China at the same time. Regulatory issues have routinely been blamed for the delayed launch, but a leaked document may have revealed the upcoming launch date.