ABC News calls Apple's event tomorrow "historic"

ABC News calls Apple's event tomorrow "historic"
ABC News has been teasing Tuesday's "historic" Apple announcement. With a breathless voice-over announcer discussing "the invite from Apple sent 'round the world," the network has been teasing a report that will be shown on ABC's World News Tonight on Tuesday. Reporter David Muir, who has interviewed Apple CEO Tim Cook in the past, has been given permission by Apple to hang with the big boys during tomorrow's Apple event. The result should be a fascinating look at how Apple handles new product introductions, and could even include some interviews with top Apple executives.

However, by the time ABC's World News Tonight is aired, it will be 6pm ET, five hours after the 1pm ET start of the festivities, By the time Muir's report is broadcast, Apple's announcements will be old news.

That is why we humbly suggest that you come right here for all of your Apple news on Tuesday. We will posting a live-blog of the keynote, and once Apple has finished with all of the introductions, we will be covering the reactions to whatever Apple unveils. Tomorrow's event will be full of excitement as we expect to hear Apple make the 4.7 inch Apple iPhone 6 official. We also could see the 5.5 inch Apple iPhone phablet introduced, along with the long rumored Apple iWatch. And don't forget the possible unveiling of the Apple iPad Air 2 and the revamped Apple iPad mini with Retina display.

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source: ABCNews via AppleInsider

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