In a departure from recent events, Apple will be streaming this morning’s big news live from the Flint Center in Cupertino, beginning at 10am PT / 1pm ET. (NOTE: Live stream requires Apple’s Safari browser. Also available on the Apple Events channel on Apple TV.) Apple is rumored to be introducing a new iPhone (or two?), and possibly a companion wearable device many sites are referring to as the iWatch. But truth be told, outside of Apple’s inner circle, no one knows for sure what will happen. Even though Connecting Point is an Apple Specialist, and has a relationship with Apple stretching back over three decades, we’re as in the dark as everyone else about the true nature of this event.
A number of leading tech and news sites will be live blogging this event:
- Tech site Gizmodo.com’s live blog is here.
- Business megasite Bloomberg Businessweek’s live coverage.
- Tech giant c|net’s live coverage may be found here.
- The Verge will also be covering the event in real time on their live blog.
- Tech news aggregator Mashable.com is also on board, with live coverage here.
- Engadget.com will be live blogging the Apple bash here.
- Ars Technica is live blogging the event here.
- And the Wall Street Journal will be weighing in on their live blog.
At the conclusion of the event, and after the smoke clears, we’ll be passing along all the details as soon as we have them.