The last event in Cupertino is reasonably considered important, and therefore they do not spare funds for the educational campaign. In parallel with uploading to the registered channel on the video service, an HD version of the event was prepared and made publicly available and, for fans of excellent quality, its copy in 1080p format.
There are also links to a similar video intended for viewing on iOS and via Apple TV.
In fact, this is an opportunity in a calm atmosphere, away from the rush of live broadcasts, to thoughtfully study new items. The main one, of course, was the version of the iMac monoblock, equipped with a Retina display with support for 5K. This is a new word in the industry, the designation can be interpreted as access to a resolution of 5120 × 2880 pixels - an incredible density of dots per square centimeter.The
new iPads, as a counterbalance, turned out to be quite ordinary gadgets, the audience had already been introduced to OS X Yosemite, and the release dates for iOS 8.1 and the launch of Apple Pay, in principle, has been known for a long time. The current series of fall events is taking place under an unprecedented sign of all-awareness and slight boredom, with a huge number of recent leaks affecting - there was almost nothing to surprise the Apple public with. But the Cupertinians honestly tried, plus now we are accurately guided by the timing of the release of certain products on the market.
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