We are just over 19 hours away now from the Apple iPad mini event expected on October 23, 2012, so it is the perfect time to make sure you are all set with where you’ll be getting coverage. Apple’s Oct 23 keynote is scheduled with a start time of 10am Pacific Time in the USA, which means 6PM in the UK although a number of live blogs will state the time based on the part of the world you’re living in.
The Apple iPad mini event live – we’ve had a look for coverage via live video streams and haven’t managed to find anything covering the Oct 23 announcement, but you can find a number of live blogs delivering images and text during Apple’s keynote, so we’ve tracked down a number of the most popular streams so you have a choice in case something goes wrong.
CNET are offering live coverage of Apple’s special event, which can be seen on this page and this blog also offers the start time based on your location as seen in the image below if you live in the US with Pacific Time, although you might notice it didn’t quite work out for us as the time had been an hour out. It is also worth noting the so-called “iPad mini event” will be held at the California Theatre, in San Jose, at 10am and not 9am. This is the normal time for most Apple events.
Other popular live blogs covering the iPad mini event include Gizmodo, Mac Rumors, TIME, and The Verge, although feel free to share your favorite live blogs for this event in the comments. Also remember you can keep connected to PR’s Facebook channel for the news as it breaks, and also our ad-free iPhone / iPad apps as well.
You can expect Apple’s Oct 2012 event to start pretty much like the others do, which will include some facts and figures explaining how well Apple are doing, so expect this to include the 60% adoption for iOS 6 within the first month, and a lot more. We’ve already seen iPad mini cases being prepared before Apple has even confirmed the product exists, and we can’t wait to see what other products Apple class as a “little more” at the event tomorrow.
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