In a few hours’ time, Apple is expected to kick off their event which many believe will see the official launch of the fifth-gen iPad, iPad mini 2 with a Retina display, as well as the possible release of OS X Mavericks, updated MacBook Pros with Intel’s Haswell chipset, a Mac Pro launch, and also the possibility of an Apple TV refresh, along with new iPod announcements to top things off. It sounds like a pretty happening event and while there will be multiple live blogs covering the event, if you’re looking for a live video stream, it has been reported by some that the “Apple Events” channel has made its way onto Apple TV devices, suggesting that Apple could offer up a live video stream of today’s event.
Apple is also expected to make the stream available through its website although as it stands, the announcement page and page for the stream itself has yet to go live, but perhaps it will in the next few hours. Previously Apple has made live streams available only through Apple devices, like the Apple TV for example, which is what they did last year for the first iPad mini event, so it won’t be a complete surprise if they did something similar again this year. In any case the event will kick off at 10AM Pacific Time on the 22nd of October, so if you’re looking forward to the event, you’ll want to keep an eye out for the event, or check back with us for more coverage.
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