10/22/2013 12:03 pm ET Updated Oct 22, 2013

Apple Event Live: How To Watch The Big iPad Unveil As It Happens


At 10 a.m. PST (1 p.m. EST), Apple CEO Tim Cook will go on stage at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco to show the world the latest -- and he hopes, greatest -- Apple products. The gadget maker is widely expected to present its new lines of regular-sized and miniature iPads, along with new MacBook Pro laptops. Apple might also give more information on the forthcoming Mac Pro desktop and OS X Mavericks operating system as well.

Unlike the big unveiling of the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C last month, Apple will be streaming the iPad event live online, the company announced.

There are three Apple-sanctioned ways to watch the event from home:

  • Owners of an iPhone or iPad can watch the event, too. Again, they must use the iOS version of Safari.
  • Apple TV owners will see a "Apple Events" icon on their home screen, which acts a shortcut to watch the event.

For those unable to watch live, there are many great liveblogs around the Internet to follow, including those at Engadget, TechCrunch, The Verge and Gizmodo. We'll also be liveblogging the event ourselves as it happens. And of course, check out HuffPost Tech for full coverage of the every new product announced.

10/22/2013 2:21 PM EDT

Tim Cook Now Back On Stage....Event Is Over

Cook is recapping all the new products, and showing a new ad for the iPad Air.

"Thank you for joining us."

And that's it. It's over.

Check out HuffPost Tech for all the latest.

10/22/2013 2:21 PM EDT

Full iPad Lineup with Pricing

10/22/2013 2:20 PM EDT

New iPad Covers

$39 each

And new iPad cases, $79 for iPad Air, $69 for iPad mini.

10/22/2013 2:18 PM EDT

iPad mini with Retina display

Schiller announces new iPad mini with Retina display, 2048x1536 pixels, 7.9'' diagonal

A7 64-bit chip

10-hour battery life

Faster WiFi, expanded LTE support

5MP iSight camera, new FaceTime HD camera

Comes in silver, white, space grey, black

Starts at $399.

Available later in November, keeping original iPad mini on market for $299.

10/22/2013 2:08 PM EDT

iPad Air

Phil Schiller on stage announcing iPad Air, with Retina display. Thinner, lighter, "deserves a new name."

43% smaller bezel.

Weighs 1.0 pound.

"Lightest full-size tablet in the world"

"Screaming fast"

Faster WiFi, expanded LTE support

5MP iSight camera, 1080p HD video, new FaceTime HD camera

10-hour battery life.

Available in Silver, white, space grey, and black

Starts at $499, replaces top of the line iPad

iPad 2 remains on the market for $399.

Ships November 1st.

Schiller now showing video about the iPad Air.

10/22/2013 1:59 PM EDT

iPad TIME!

Tim Cook back on stage to talk about the iPad.

170 million iPads sold.

81% share of tablet usage, #1 in customer satisfaction.

10/22/2013 1:50 PM EDT

iWork Updates

Full file compatibility across all devices. 64-bit, "never been faster."

Brand new UI.

Demo-ing iWork apps now.

Available for FREE, today, with the purchase of any new Mac or iOS device.

10/22/2013 1:50 PM EDT

New Apps Free With New Devices, Available Today

New apps will be available for free starting today with the purchase of any new Mac or iOS device.

10/22/2013 1:49 PM EDT

GarageBand Demo

10/22/2013 1:46 PM EDT

Mac Pro Looks Really Weird, Let's Admit It

"I think there's not a small danger that if you have a Mac Pro on your desk, people will mistakenly throw their cigarette butts and candy wrappers in it," writes Farhad Manjoo for the WSJ's live blog.