11.10 pm: Eddie Cue on stage to talk about Apps He's talking about the redesigned GarageBand, iPhoto, iMovie apps. Basically a recap of what we already know. Photobooks is now coming to iPad as well. Polite clapping as Cue talks. The crowd just wants the new iPad. Garage Band now supports 16 tracks double from the earlier 8 tracks. Apple has also introduced a bunch of new built-in instruments. It also has new iCloud support to allow users to work on their music across devices. The app also has a smart drummer track, which analyses your music and automatically plays along. All iLife apps are getting the 64-bit upgrade. A7 iPad should be here soon. The apps are free with the purchase of any new Mac or iOS device. iWork demo is up next Pages, Numbers, and Keynotes have all been updated for iOS7. On the mac, they've all been rewritten from the ground up, says Cue. Compatibility across platforms for the Pages app. Pages on iPad also has a formatting tool built into the keyboard. Numbers: Now has interactive graphs. KeyNote:Transitions all have more realistic physics, and there are a bunch of new ones,says Cue. Demo time for the iWorks apps. Users can mail documents from the apps and the recipient doesn't need iOS or a Mac to open the link/presentation or pages document. The apps are free with the purchase of any new Mac or iDevice. The downloads are available from today. 11.00 pm: Schiller is now talking about the Mac Pro More details about the Mac Pro. According to Apple it has the fastest processor they have ever put in a processor. Mac Pro has the Intel Xeon processors, dual workstation-class GPUs for Graphics and is only is 9.9-inches tall. It has the Intel Xeon E5 chipset with upto 12 processor cores and it also has two AMD FirePro workstation-class GPUs. According to Apple, the all-new Mac Pro is up to 2.5 times faster than the current Mac Pro and delivers up to an amazing 7 teraflops of compute power. It has 4 USB 3.0 ports, 6 Thunderbolt ports. Users can connect three 4k displays to the machine. The new Mac Pro also features PCIe-based flash storage that is up to 10 times faster than conventional desktop hard drives. It has a PCIe based flash with upto 1TB capacity. Definitely a device that would be considered great for video editing. Professional quality video editing that is since you can hook to three 4k displays. Phil also shows the Mac Pro's rear-facing illumination system: When you turn the device, the lights on the rear ports light to help you find your ports. The Mac Pro has been assembled in the US. The price: $2999. And now it's video time detailing how the Mac Pro was built. 10.55 pm Phil Schiller on stage talking about the new MacBook Pro The 13-inch Macbook Pro now has 9 hours of battery life (up from an estimated 7 hrs before). It's now lighter (3.46 lbs), and thinner (0.71-inch). It's powered by a 4th-gen Haswell core, with integrated Intel Iris graphics. The new 13-inch MacBook Pro is priced lower at $1299. The MacBook Pro starts shipping today. The previous one was priced at $1499. The 15-inch MacBook Pro is coming with the fifth generation Intel Crystalwell chip. (Haswell is the fourth generation processors) It has eight hours of battery life. 2.0 GhZ quad-core i7 processor. It starts shipping today and is priced at $1999. The previous version was priced at $2199. Both have Retina Display screens. 10.50 pm: Price of Mavericks Federighi: We want Mac users to get their hands on the latest technology. It's free. Quite a shocker from Apple. The update will be available for launch from today. It is available for those who have a 2007 iMac or MacBook Pro. 10.40pmCraig Federighi is on stage to talk about OS X Mavericks Federighi talks about the changes with Mavericks. Improvement to battery life: Hour longer web browsing, etc. Compress Memory feature will compress inactive memory components. Fits 6 GB of data in 4 GB of RAM meaning users can run more applications without lag. The other focus of Mavericks isimproved graphic support, with a specific focus on integrated graphics. If you are doing something that is graphics intensive Mavericks will allot more memory to that.