Watch Apple’s event live right from your Mac or iOS devices

apple-ipad-event-sign11:50 AM – We are just minutes away from Apple starting their event today.  The company is expected to announce a host of new things, such as a new iPad and iPad mini.

Though I bet you’re wondering where you can watch Apple’s event, right?  Unlike last month’s event, Apple will be live streaming right from their website.  In order to see the event live, you must use Safari, and no other browser.  The live event will only stream via Safari 4 or higher.

The event is scheduled to begin at 12:00 p.m. CDT, or 10:00 a.m. PDT.

If you’re on a Mac computer, be sure to go on Apple’s live stream like via this link.  You will need to open the link in Safari, as said before, in order for this to work.  If you would like to watch this on your iOS device, click on the same link above and it will take you to the page.

For those that have Apple TV’s, you are in for a treat.  Apple TV users will see a new “Apple Events” app on their home screens.  Make sure you have a second or third-generation model and software version is 5.0.2 or later.

As the event progresses, we will give you full coverage and information as to what’s going on, and what the new features are.

Stay tuned!

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