Apple Live Streaming iPod/iTV September Event, Leaves Out Windows
By on August 31st, 2010

Apple is breaking their norm of not broadcasting their events live across the world. This time around Apple’s September 1 event, where there might be an introduction of the new iTV and 4G, will be broadcast live at Apple.com. To know where to catch up on live feeds and updates visit this link.

Apple September Music Event

No more hunting for live feeds and updates, just head over to Apple.com and you will be able to view the live streaming video of the Apple September Music event.

According to the press release, Apple will be broadcasting its September 1 event online using Apple’s industry-leading HTTP Live Streaming, which is based on open standards. Sarcastically, Apple suggests that the event can only be viewed using Safari on a Mac, , iPod Touch or . There is no mention of being able to view the live broadcast on or any other browsers including , , Internet Explorer or .

Nevertheless, you will definitely be able to watch the live broadcast on Windows too, at-least if you use Safari. The Apple September 1 music event will be broadcast live at Apple.com at 10AM PDT/1PM EST.

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