If you are planning to tune into Apple’s special ‘Back to the Mac‘ event next week, you’ll be pleased to know that Apple has already confirmed an event date as well as an exact time for when their keynote will start.
The Back to the Mac event will be taking place on Wednesday 20th October and as the title suggests, the event will focus solely on Apple’s Mac hardware and software, diverting attention away from the likes of the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch. Top of the agenda for Apple, is likely to be a full unveiling of Mac OS X 10.7, which has been codenamed Lion.
The event will start at 10am PT, which means 1pm for those of you on Eastern Time, and 6pm for our readers in the UK. At the moment, a live stream hasn’t been confirmed, but we’ll add them at the bottom of this post once they become available. If a live stream fails, you’ll be able to tune into various live blogs of course, we’ll add them below for you too.
If you spot any live stream or blogs, let us know and we’ll add them to the list, thanks!
Live Streams: Apple streaming live on Apple.com (iOS devices only)
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