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I agree. I think that today is THE announcement. No October event. They will offset the increase in items with fewer demos during the keynote and thus there is this great hall with everything for everyone to play with. Tables of iDevices, a fake home, gym, doctors office, mall and so on. Like a mini World's Fair type set up
Doctors won't have the tech savvy or the desire to create the systems to change this. So someone has to do it for them. Which in the end could be the result of all of this. Us having access to our records, being able to carry them between doctors etc. Instantly. We literally just have to do some kind of sign in and link the new doctor and approve access like authorizing a computer for iTunes. 
Well for starters it would be tacky and tasteless. Second, they are trying to encourage folks to view Steve as the past, why dreg him up
They will include something about Product (Red) in the discussion. And that's likely all
You wouldn't get a second chance if Apple had any other choice. If they don't then there are likely penalties built into the contract.
Makes sense from a security point of view. A couple of weeks at sea, heck even one week, is asking for someone to try something
Try again. Apple will likely ship that many phones to the US for launch weekend alone. Plus that again in ipads, then there's the possible wearable, Apple TV box, new cinema displays, iMacs etc.And they are unlikely to only launch in the US for either idevice or the wearable because that is asking for additional reseller crap.And these are likely air shipments. Not ship. So yes Apple could pull off a near monopoly of FedEx, DHL etc for the first couple of weeks of launch...
Except that they would never say something like that. It's a douchebag comment and it gives attention to folks that don't deserve it.  They would announce what they want to announce and no comment any other questions like "hey what about the Apple Watch?"
 Apple would never pay someone for not doing the job. it's not their style. UNLESS the failure is on them.  You can bet that their deal is that on X to Y dates they need this shipping and they will get it. Period. Possibly even with conditions that no one else's stuff can be on those boats, in those planes etc. 
This is classic Apple. When they set up supplies and shipping systems they do it with strict contracts that their stuff will be on time. If they say they want 20 million units of X on this date and you say 'no problem' it had better be no problem or you will not get a second chance. This is what Tim Cook was responsible for under Steve Jobs and Tim did it very very well. There are countless stories of other companies allegedly having issues getting this or that part cause...
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