As you might know by now, Apple will be holding a special event on September 1, Wednesday, at Yerba Buena Center for Arts Theatre in San Francisco at 10 AM PT. Although it is not clear as to what announcement they are going to make, the expectations are for a brand new iPod touch 4G or the next gen Apple TV (iTV?).
The invites have already been sent out to a select few bloggers and media persons, so the rest of us must have to be content with live blogging and live streaming links available online to follow the event closely.
As always, Apple
won’t be (update below) live streaming the special music press event themselves, but we can expect some of the news media or tech bloggers having an invite to the event to stream it live for us. If not the live streaming links, we are sure that there will be enough live blogging links covering the iPod/iTV event in detail.
The start times as per different timezones-
07:00AM – Hawaii
10:00AM – Pacific
11:00AM – Mountain
12:00PM – Central
01:00PM – Eastern
06:00PM – London
07:00PM – Paris
09:00PM – Moscow
Update: A Shocker!! Apple has announced that they will be streaming iPod 2010 event live! You will have to have either a Mac running Safari on Mac OS X version 10.6 Snow Leopard, an iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 3.0 or higher, or an iPad to watch the streaming. If you are a Windows user, you will be out of luck which is pathetic if you ask me. We will update again with exact links once we have it.
Ok, here is the link.
Update 2: For Windows PC users – Watch Apple Music Event Live online here. It might not work on Firefox. Try using Safari browser.
Live Blogging links for Sep 1 Apple Special Event
2. Ars Technica
3. GDGT Live
Other blogs like TechCrunch, Engadget and Wired will be live blogging too and we will update their links soon.
Watch Apple Event Live online
Frankly speaking, we guess that there won’t be any live streaming links available for Sep 1st Apple event. But a slight hope that the following sites might live stream the event for their readers. We will update the status on the day of the event, i.e April 8th 2010.