Apple Providing Live Video of Today's iPad and Mac Event on Apple TV

Ahead of today's special iPad and Mac event, Apple has made its "Apple Events" channel available on the Apple TV.

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In addition to live streaming on the Apple TV, Apple will also be streaming the event live on its website. In order to watch the stream, users will need to be running Safari on Mac or iOS.

Apple is expected to introduce a number of new products at the event, including the iPad Air 2, the next-generation Retina iPad mini, and new iMacs with at least the 27-inch model sporting a high-resolution Retina display. An update published in error to the company's iPad User Guide for iOS 8 revealed some details about the new iPads which will feature a Touch ID fingerprint sensor. Apple is also expected to preview OS X Yosemite one final time before its official launch, and some rumors have even claimed that the company may announce updated Mac Minis.

Apple's keynote kicks off at 10:00 AM Pacific Time, and MacRumors will also be providing a live blog and live tweets via the MacRumorsLive Twitter account.

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76 months ago
Great, I'll get a chance to practice my Mandarin ;)

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I will strangle the next person to use that joke about it being in Mandarin with an HDMI cable.


Brilliant :D

TBH though, they deserve all the ribbing that comes their way. That keynote, for a tech company, was embarrassing.
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76 months ago
Can't wait!

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76 months ago

I will strangle the next person to use that joke about it being in Mandarin with an HDMI cable.

Me too, because Apple certainly will not repeat that disaster a second time. They are definitely able to top themselves!

This time, the livecast will be dubbed in Swahili and Ancient Greek, simultaneously. Also, the slides presented during the event will be upside down, and the faces of the presenting Apple executives will be overlaid with funny pictures of cats and random celebrities. At random intervals, rabid rats will be released onto the stage, and the "One more thing" final announcement will be the news that Carrot Top's new movie will be available for free on iTunes and will immediately be uploaded to every iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV, Mac and Newton.
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76 months ago
Looking forward to a new Mac Mini...and hopefully a stream that actually works this time! ;)
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76 months ago
I will strangle the next person to use that joke about it being in Mandarin with an HDMI cable.
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76 months ago

Do hope you're joking or you're one sad person.

So he's sad because this interrests him and his friends?

Sir you're the sad person for judging - and may I remind you, you're reading on a nerdy forum like this? ;-)
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