Gather 'round, friends—it's time for another Apple media event. Tomorrow the company will take the wraps off its next wave of new products, one that's expected to include new iPads and Macs as well as news about the public release of OS X Yosemite.
Last month's unveiling of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and Apple Watch was held at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts, a larger space that Apple uses mostly for announcements that it considers capital-I-Important. The October event is being held in its small town hall auditorium on its campus at 1 Infinite Loop. The size of the venue doesn't necessarily correspond to the size of the announcements, but we're expecting mild generational bumps rather than wildly reimagined gadgets. We anticipate at least one new iPad, perhaps with TouchID and a new, more powerful A8X processor; a release date (and perhaps the actual release) of OS X Yosemite; and maybe even a Retina iMac.
Whatever Apple announces at the event, we'll be there on the ground to give it the liveblog treatment and then go hands-on with any new hardware afterward. We'll get started at 10:00am Pacific time—the handy counter below will show you when it begins in your time zone.