Join us at at 10:00AM PDT for our live coverage of Apple's Special Event.
We're expecting new iPods, an updated iTunes and maybe, just maybe, a brand new Apple TV.
Apple will be live streaming the event. The live stream will only work on iOS devices with iOS 3.0 or later and Macs with Safari running OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. So if you're running an OS X 10.5 or older, or you're stuck with a Windows machine at work, we got you covered with our live blog.
After the rapid-fire introduction of not one but two iOS updates and refreshes for the iPod shuffle and iPod nano, Apple CEO Steve Jobs moved on to an update of the iPod touch, now more “beautiful” and even thinner than before.
Apple just announced that it will be live streaming its music event tomorrow morning. The video feed will be available through Apple's own HTTP Live Streaming, which is based on open standards. You'll need a Mac running Safari on Mac OS X 10.6, and iPad, or an iPhone or iPod touch with iOS 3.0 or higher to view the feed. The live broadcast will begin at the same time as our live blog, 10am.
However, should your browser crash and render itself unable to buffer the live stream, the Mac|Life staff will be there liveblogging the entire event. Additionally, if your boss is over there checking over your shoulder to see if you're slaving away, making sure every minute counts while you're on the clock, you might want to put away the live stream video and check out our text and photo liveblog. It's quieter and easier to conceal. You can also view it on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch. And if you're stuck on a PC at work or school, our liveblog works on that platform, too! So does our Twitter feed!