Apple to Live Stream Tuesday Media Event on Apple TV [Updated]

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Apple quietly added a new channel to Apple TV over night just for Tuesday's media event. The channel appears in the Apple Events section and promises a live stream for the day's event.

Apple adds media event streaming channel to Apple TVApple adds media event streaming channel to Apple TV

If you don't have an Apple TV handy, that's OK too, because Apple will also stream the event at its website. Assuming the company sticks with its usual system, the event will be available for reviewing later through Apple TV and on the Web.

Apple is expected to introduce new iPad models, and possibly new MacBook Pros at today's event. The company is also expected to announce the ship date for OS X Mavericks, and possibly the new Mac Pro model, too.

You can watch the event on Apple's website, tooYou can watch the event on Apple's website, too

The event is set to start at 10AM pacific time at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. The Mac Observer will be on location with live coverage, so be sure to check in for our updates and analysis.

[Updated with information about Web streaming the event]

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John Dingler, artist

I will be watching the live feed from Apple. I hope that it reveals some surprises as this is the key component of interest, what makes Apple’s presentations compelling now that Jobs and his charisma have moved on. Therefore, I hope that tech writers/leakers/prognosticators were profoundly wrong.

Come to think of it, as i look back, I will likely begin to resent their writings, depending on their slant, of course. I will likely especially resent outright leakers of parts and key elements of the devoce’s OS.

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