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Apple TV owners have probably noticed that the ‘Apple Events’ channel has returned to their main menu this morning. As with previous events, this channel will allow you to watch a live stream of today’s iPhone keynote—although clicking on it now just brings up a splash screen with the start time and other details.

Apple will also be streaming the event live to its website, where users running Safari on OS X and iOS will be able to tune in (sorry Windows users). For those that are unable to watch live, Apple typically uploads a video of its event to its YouTube channel within 24 hours or so, or you can simply follow along with us.

Again, iDB will be covering this morning’s iPhone event, and all subsequent announcements throughout the day. Expect the website to be updated frequently, as we attempt to deliver the news as quickly as possible. So if you’re in class, or at work, and can’t watch the live feed, you can catch all of the action right here.

The event is slated to begin at 10 a.m. PST (Pacific Standard Time). That’s 11 a.m. Mountain Standard Time, 12 p.m. Central Time, and 1 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Apple is expected to unveil some very exciting new products today, including two new iPhones and a new wearable device, referred to as the ‘iWatch.’

For a complete rundown of what we expect to see at the event, checkout our roundup here.

Stay tuned.

  • Domodo

    Could it be that the shadow in the event image represents a sun clock pointing to to 10 am in the morning, when the event starts?

    • Ian Leon

      if you turn it upside down? yes… sure

      • Domodo

        Well yeah, for it to align properly with the sunrise… Upside down just like the two number 6s indicating two 6th generation iPhones?
        Only two hours left 😀

      • Ian Leon

        That makes even more sense

      • Ian Leon

        I’ve noticed that these invitations usually hint at 2 different major features . The iPhone 5S invitations drawing hinted at Touch ID with all those circles . While the text “brighten everyone’s day” hinted at the true tone flash.

  • iDB fan

    Will it be 720p or 1080p? Thanks!

    • Domodo

      I’ve got a fast connection but regardless WWDC was in 720p

      • iDB fan

        Thank you. We’ll know anyway in a less than two hours. 😉

    • I hope it’s only 720, because the servers always slow down to a crawl with only 720.

  • Edward Pacheco

    Just 2 more hours. I’m more than ready.

  • Ricky

    1AM Here when the show starts. Cant beleive im staying up…

  • If someone could figure the URL for the streaming, it would be possible for Windows users to watch it. Just paste it into VLC Player or MPC-HD.

    • Rowan09

      I believe it will be streamed right from the main page, they’ll provide a link there.

      • Guest

        Thanks! We’ll know anyway in a less than two hours. 😉

      • The streaming will only work if you have the latest Safari and QuickTime versions.
        As Safari for Windows isn’t updated for years, Windows users won’t be able to watch it at the Apple website. So, just Mac and iOS users.

      • Rowan09

        Oh ok. I’ll be watching it from my iPhone.

      • As I said, it’s possible to watch it on Windows.
        But someone with a Mac and good will would have to figure the video streaming URL, and then you could paste it on VLC Player, MPC-HD or even QuickTime for WIndows.
        Let’s hope someone will do it.

    • Actually there’s a couple sites that will be hosting a stream outside of apple’s. Check reddit, they have a few sites that have pages setup already. Just waiting 35 minutes to start! 🙂

  • Rowan09

    I really hope the iWatch will read Glucose levels for Diabetes, I would definitely buy one for my father.

    • Domodo

      I don’t think that can be done with sensors and skin contact, but actually analyzing the blood. i could be wrong, though

      • Rowan09

        They hired a bunch of specialists in that area, so hopefully they figured something out. If that is actually possible, the iWatch will sell faster than the iPhone.

  • stephen kerzic

    Why don’t they leave the icon there, it’s stupid how they take it off. If a user doesn’t want it there they can hide it, as a apple fan I hate going to YouTube all the time to c their events.

    • Shakur Ali

      The apple store is down

      • Shakur Ali

        It say we will be back soon

      • stephen kerzic

        Not down for me :/

  • Saeed Ghattas

    The white building infront of the flint… iHome? 🙂
    Maybe to introduce some of the Homekits!?

  • Jacob S

    Live streaming epic failure on Apple TV

    • Domodo

      Their devices are just as shitty as the software they install on their computers (Safari JOKE) and the protruding pieces of junk devices they are presenting.

      • Jacob S

        Suckers underestimated possible streamers. Off to work and it seems like all leaks were true. Only thing I am interested in nfc integration.