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Apple Event September 2010: Apple Announcement Now Live at Apple.com

November 25, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

Apple Event September 2010: Apple Announcement Now Live at Apple.com – Today, September 1, 2010, millions of people are waiting for today’s Apple announcement which will be held live at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco California. The time of the live broadcast of the Apple event will start at 10am Pacific Time and can be viewed through Apple’s website at Apple.com

What will Steve Jobs discuss in this Apple press conference? Aside from the widely expected new ipod touch which has a new set of features including front-facing camera and retina display, there is a rumor that Apple will unveil new features for iTunes which include sample clips of songs up to 60 or 90 seconds. Some say that Apple will perhaps give an update on the next OS update for iPhone and iPod Touch while others say that it will announce a new video streaming service with its iTV, much like that of Netflix, Hulu, etc.

Whatever that is, be sure to visit Apple’s website later at 10am Pacific Time. Apparently, the HTTP live streaming protocol that Apple will be using in its announcement later requires either a Mac running Safari on OS X 10.6 or an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 3.0 or higher. As for the moment, upon visiting Apple’s website, an icon saying “watch the keynote live” located on the lower left portion has been put in place for viewers to visit later.

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