Apple to Stream Event Live on September 9th


Apple has announced that they will be streaming the Scheduled September 9th live over the Internet.  The event which is expected to announce the availability of the iPhone and iWatch among other things will be held in Cupertino at 10am that day.

The announcement for the live stream appears on the main Apple website, allowing users to add the calendar item to their calendar app.  This is a marked separation from the Steve Jobs era in Apple’s current habit of live streaming every event including the Developers Confer3ence events. You can find the live stream at:

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