Will they? Won’t they? It appears as if they will after all.
After refusing to live stream the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C event last month, Apple will live stream their reveal event today, according to its official site. The Cupertino-based firm is expected to make a slew of announcements, including new iPads, more details regarding MacBook and Mac Pro refreshes, as well as new info regarding Mac OS Mavericks. If you want to learn exactly what we think will be shown, check out our iPad Rumor Roundup and Mac Rumor Roundup. The event, which is slated to begin at 1pm ET, will be held in San Francisco. So, looking to tune in? Here’s how.
How to watch the Apple live stream
Apple’s official page indicates that you can watch the event in one of a few ways. If you have a MacBook or desktop-based Mac, you’ll be able to watch the event by heading over to Apple.com using the Safari browser. You’ll need at least Safari 4, as well as OS X 10.6 or later, so make sure that you meet those requirements before you get your popcorn ready and sit down to watch the show.
“What if my kid took the family MacBook off to college?” you might be wondering. Fear not! You’ll be able to watch the event if you own an iOS device as well. All you’ll need is Safari and iOS 4.2 or later.
Don’t fret Apple TV owners, you’ll be getting some love too as long as you own a second or third generation Apple TV. The software’s version also needs to be 5.0.2 or later in order for you to keep abreast of what Cook and company have to show off today.
We’re just hours away from kickoff. Are your palms sweaty? Got your playoff beard ready? Relax, get yourself a peppermint tea, and keep it here for the latest on today’s Apple event news and updates.