Every now and again Apple decides to offer a live stream for their events, although this was not the case for the iPhone event earlier this month. It is for this reason why some people are doubting a iPad 5, mini 2 launch live stream, but why do they doubt this?
Like we said, the iPhone 5S and 5C event was not streamed live, much to our amazement, but when we look back to their October 2012 event, this was streamed live on Apple TV. From what we can remember Apple did not cover last years iPhone 5 event live either, although we could be wrong.
If this is correct then there could be a pattern, because why offer a live stream when it is just for an iPhone and iOS? Okay, so we know these products are a big deal, but the October event has always had more to offer.
Not only will Apple be showing off the new iPad 5 next month and the iPad mini 2, but a host of other devices as well. The rumored Apple October event is expected to be on the 15th and we should also see the Haswell MacBook Pro, the all-new Mac Pro, a 2013 iMac refresh, Mavericks and possibly a new Apple TV.
It is for this reason why there is a good chance there will be a live Apple event stream, although until we hear something solid we still have to remain a little doubtful.
What if there is no iPad 5, mini 2 launch live stream? If Apple will not follow what they did last year then there are other options to you, just as there was for this month’s event. However, if we could give you any advice then watch CNET’s live coverage, as we expect them to do the same as what they did this month.
Okay, so it is nothing like a live stream from Apple, but being able to read the news as it happens and to get a reaction from the CNET bloggers by watching their live stream video is so funny, so please do the same again this month guys.
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