Fast Company’s Harry McCracken and Alice Truong will report live from Apple’s product launch in Cupertino, California at 1pm ET. Among the rumored announcements: the iPhone 6 (possibly in 4.7” and 5.5” sizes) and the wearable device which everybody has been calling the iWatch.
It all comes down to this. After months of scuttlebutt and speculation, Apple will hold a press event at De Anza College’s Flint Center in its hometown of Cupertino—the same venue where Apple unveiled the first Mac over thirty years ago.
As usual, the company isn’t saying what it will announce, but current wisdom suggests Apple will show off new iPhones in two sizes—4.7” and 5.5”—and something wearable. What that wearable something will be remains murky; it would be a mistake to assume that it will be a watch, let alone be called the iWatch.
Technology Editor Harry McCracken and staff writer Alice Truong will be in Cupertino to provide live blog coverage of the news at it breaks, alongside color commentary from some Fast Company colleagues in New York.
Fast Company staff writer Chris Gayomali and technology editor Harry McCracken will live blog Samsung’s latest launch today in New York at 9 a.m. ET. The company is expected to announce the Galaxy Note 4 smartphone and other products.
Samsung organizes its media events into seasons and episodes, as if they were TV shows. Today it will hold Samsung Unpacked 2014 Episode 2, which is taking place in three places at once: Berlin (where the IFA consumer electronics show will be going on), Beijing, and New York.
Fast Company's Chris Gayomali and Harry McCracken will be reporting from that last version, and will share the news here as it happens. It’s a given that it will include the announcement of the Galaxy Note 4—Samsung’s invitations coyly asked attendees to “note the date”—but rumor has it that the company might unveil a virtual reality system as well.