Tomorrow is the big day for Apple fans. The Cupertino company will finally take the wraps off of the iPhone 6 and possibly give us a glimpse of the rumored iWatch. It’s a pretty big deal, with Apple erecting a strange monolithic structure in Cupertino for the event instead of the usual venue, Moscone Center in San Francisco. The livestream can be viewed at http://www.apple.com/live/ beginning at 10AM Pacific or 1PM Eastern, but there’s a catch; you can’t watch it on anything but an Apple product. A little prohibitive, I know. But this is standard operating procedure for Apple.
To view the livestream of the big event on an Apple product running OS X v10.6.8 or later, you’re going to need Safari 5.1.10 or higher. For mobile devices, Apple requires iOS 6.0 or later, and owners of second and third generation Apple TV’s with software 6.2 or later will be able to stream the event as well. If you don’t have an Apple device, tough luck; you’re going to have to find a decent liveblog or just follow the mayhem on Twitter. If you’re going the liveblog route, check out CNET and Wired for some excellent play-by-play coverage.
We’ll be following along with the event and will be posting news as it occurs, so be sure to check back with us tomorrow.
Y’all ready for this?