We have some interesting news to report now, as Apple has confirmed that they will be providing a live stream of tomorrow’s media event, although it will only be available to those using Apple devices.
As reported from Engadget, the list of Apple devices obviously include Mac computers, the iPad, the iPhone, or even the iPod. That means that those of you running Windows are set to miss out on a live stream.
Apple hasn’t given an explanation on this decision – why do they need to? They just state that users will require Safari on Mac OS X version 10.6 Snow Leopard on Mac computers and an iPhone or iPod running iOS 3.0 or higher.
How do Windows users feel about this? You will still be able to check out a live blog of course, but nothing beats a live stream. There still might be hope on yet though, don’t forget to check our list of links for the event here.
Watch the Apple video stream live at Apple.com.
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