Heather, please do us all a favor and *beg* any rock star you see not to give us free music. This is, apparently, the worst thing that some people have ever experienced and I don't want to be a party to letting it happen again.
Older iPad versions will still be available at a lower price, which is nice.
Apple is adding a new iMac with Retina display -- that's Apple's lingo for its higher-resolution display.
The new iMac is packed with pixels: 27-inches, 5120x2880 pixels which is 14.7 million pixels total. "The world's highest resolution display." They are calling it the Retina 5K display. 67% more pixels than a 4K TV. The screen is 5mm thick.
Questions answered here: iPad Air 2 will be available in 16, 64 and 128 GB.
The inside of the new iMac is also zippy, with a quad-core i5 processor. They say it is 45% faster than older iMacs.
The price starts at $2,499. It ships today.
There's a Mac Mini update! It's $499 for a faster Mini. Specs on the way in one minute...
"Sometimes you want to be close to your content, touching it... sometimes you want to hold that technology in the palm of your hand," says Tim Cook.
Cook is talking about how easy it is to work with multiple Apple devices. "They're also designed to work together seamlessly."
New iPads will be available for pre-order tomorrow and go on sale October 24 (next Friday).
And that's it. Time for a recap: iOS 8.1 with Apple Pay is coming Monday, October 20. That means if you have an iPhone 6 you can start making online and in person purchases with your phone.
Apple is adding two new iPads. The iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3. The Air has the TouchID fingerprint sensor so you can make online purchases with Apple Pay. The front and back cameras are beefed up on the Air and it has burst, timelapse and slow-mo features.