Just hours after Re/code first reported that the firm could be readying itself to introduce new Macs, Apple has tonight sent out invites to the world press confirming that it will hold its next media event on the morning of October 27.
While Apple has in past years waited until September to refresh its iPod line, that slot has in more recent years been taken up by the introduction of the next-generation iPhone(s).
While it’s not clear if Sony Music CEO Doug Morris had to sign any form of a non-disclosure agreement, after (finally) agreeing to allow Apple to full-length stream the label’s vast artist catalog to iTunes listeners, it really doesn’t matter either way now.
Apple will live-stream its anticipated keynote at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, directly to Apple TV.
Just as it has done in previous years, Apple has confirmed that it will be offering those in Japan the ability to purchase ‘lucky bags,’ at its many retail store locations dotted throughout the region – as part of its yearly ran “Lucky Bags” promotion.