Back to the Mac Event Coverage
[Update] – Apple to offer live streaming of today’s event…
As with Apple’s September music event, you’ll be able to watch a live feed of today’s Back to the Mac event from the Apple Campus in Cupertino. The catch is that you need to use Safari to watch the show. For a live feed, click here…
As you all remember from last weeks episode… today’s the day for Apple’s hotly anticipated Back to the Mac press event. Floating someplace between a press conference and a keynote presentation, this invitation-only media event promises a peek at Mac OS X 10.7 (which I think we can safely assume will be called “Lion”) as well as a few Mac-centric surprises. With the distribution channels completely devoid of Macbook Air product and a refresh long overdue, most agree that this product announcement is a slam-dunk. There’s also talk of a new iLife suite — we’ll know one way or the other later today.
Apple’s September iPod event streamed live, but so far there’s been no announcement regarding the Back to the Mac event. If you’re dead keen to know what’s going down at 1 Infinite Loop in real-time, there are several good live blogs you can follow…
- ARS Technica is an excellent site with good live coverage… click here.
- Gizmodo generally puts a fun twist on their commentary… click here.
- Engadget, just in case you don’t like Gizmodo… click here.
- 07:00AM – Hawaii
- 10:00AM – Pacific
- 11:00AM – Mountain
- 12:00PM – Central
- 01:00PM – Eastern
- 06:00PM – London
- 07:00PM – Paris
- 09:00PM – Moscow
- 02:00AM – Tokyo (October 21st)
Just like you, I didn’t get an invitation so I’ll be reading one of these blogs, or watching a stream if I can find one. I’ll throw my 2¢ in the hat later.