Apple will be live streaming today’s iPad event to Apple TV owners via a new “Apple Events” app. MacRumors reports that a number of users have noticed a new app or channel for Apple Events was remotely added to the Apple TV home screen, and can already be used to stream previous Apple event keynotes.
We expect Apple to offer the live tream on its website, though the announcement and page for the stream are not yet live.
Apple has provided live streams of several events, however it did not offer the live stream of last month’s iPhone event. It also makes the keynote video available a few hours after the event ends. The last time Apple offered the live stream was the WWDC 2013 Keynote, which was held in June. It also provided the live stream of last year’s iPad event.
We’ll update the post with the link for the live stream as soon as it goes live.
Today’s event in San Francisco, California starts at 10 am Pacific Time (check this post to find out the start time in your timezone), where Apple is expected to unveil the next generation iPad and iPad mini, updated version of MacBook Pro product lineup, announce the release date for OS X Mavericks and Mac Pro, and possibly also unveil new Apple TV. You can check out this post to find out what we expect from today’s event.
Apple has just update its website. The live stream of today’s event will be available here.
Please note the live streaming video requires Safari 4 or later on OS X v10.6 or later; Safari on iOS 4.2 or later. Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 5.0.2 or later.
Apple is also promoting the live stream of the event on its website. It’s the first time they’ve ever done it.
We’ll be bringing live coverage of the event so don’t forget to join us later today to catch up on all the action as it happens.[Via MacRumors]