The MacBites Live Chatroom
The legendary MacBites Live chatroom is THE place to be when there’s an Apple announcement. You’ll find Elaine, Mike and The MacBiters enjoying the friendly, vibrant environment and chatting and debating about the latest news from Cupertino.
Come along and join in the fun. Whether you want to speak, text chat or simply sit back and listen, everyone’s welcome!
You’ll find details of all the MacBites Live events in The MacBites Live Calendar.
Want to relive some of the previous MacBites Live events? We’ve put together a collection of highlights from all the Apple events we’ve covered…
iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR and a new watch! If you missed the event you can catch up with the video here!
Watch the video from the June 2018 Keynote Event right here as Apple announced details of iOS and the next version of macOS
A special Apple educational event was held on March 27th 2018 and we covered it live. Watch the video here
Watch the video from the September 2017 event right here as Apple announced new iPhones and an update to the Apple Watch
The best WWDC for years! Apple announced major updates to iOS, tvOS, watchOS and macOS, along with a range of hardware including a new iPad Pro, new iMacs and a brand new Siri-enabled smart speaker, HomePod.
Once again The MacBites Crew and the MacBiters came together to watch, listen and chat. Thanks to all who joined us in the chatroom. Hope you all had fun!
A new iPhone, a new watch, an update to iWork (Elaine was so underwhelmed) and games demos in Japanese – just a typical Apple keynote event. Thanks to all the MacBiters who came along and joined in the chat!
Once again The MacBites Crew and the MacBiters came together to watch, listen and chat. There was definitely more chat though as we were less than impressed with what Apple served up.
Thanks to AppleLeaks there were no surprises this time. But we had fun in the chat and that’s what it’s all about – a bunch of Apple Geeks (aka The MacBiters) getting together to watch the event and provide our own analysis – which is usually more entertaining that the main event!