Apple won’t provide a public webcast of tomorrow’s “Let’s talk iPhone” media event, according to an Apple PR representative contacted by 9to5mac. The company will make a private feed available for the European press in its Covent Garden retail store in London, but there won’t be a public live stream on Apple.com.
Apple streamed the September 2010 music event as well as “Back to the Mac” in October 2010, but didn’t provide a live stream for the iPad 2 announcement and iOS 5 preview earlier this year. The 2010 live streams were based on Apple’s HTTP Live Streaming technology and required a Mac or iOS device running Safari.
However, Apple is expected to make streaming and downloadable versions of the event available a few hours after the keynote. Apple has a dedicated webpage for media events, and Apple Keynotes can also be found on iTunes.
MacStories will offer real-time tweeting of updates tomorrow through the @MacStoriesLive Twitter account. Come back at 10 AM Pacific tomorrow for our complete coverage of Apple announcements on the site’s front page.
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