It’s unclear whether or not Apple will live stream today’s expected iPhone 5S announcement, or whether or not the 5S will have a laser so I’ll actually want one, but if they stream it we’ll have the feed for you as soon as it’s available. That’s because we know you care about marginal spec increases. Right?
UPDATE: The event is now over, and we’ve got a recap of what we learned about the iPhone 5S and 5C right here.
It doesn’t look like Apple is streaming the event after all, but CNET is doing some great coverage over on Livestream, here’s that embed:
Besides the expected announcement of the 5S it’s rumored we’ll also be seeing a cheaper iPhone 5C and the developer release of iOS 7. The event should kick off at 10:00AM Pacific time, or 1:00Pm for us here in New York. If Apple does stream the event we’ll have their feed for you.
Even if they don’t stream it themselves there’s expected to be some type of live coverage from local news outlets, so we’ll at least try to get you one of those.
If all else fails we’ll just pretend we’re watching the event and liveblog that. Hint: If we liveblog about the new laser feature, we’re probably just pretending.
UPDATE: We’ll post the live stream if it becomes available, but for now this is the best we have from WPTV. We’ll be updating with the best possible stream we can find.
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