How to Follow Today’s Apple Announcement Live 1pm EST / 10am PT

Want to watch Apple’s keynote speech at the Worldwide Developer’s Conference live? The company’s keynote speech, live from San Francisco, begins at 10 a.m. PT, or 1p.m. ET. iOS 6 and all of its goodies are likely on the schedule, as well as the first public demonstration of OS X Mountain Lion, the new Mac operating system announced this past February; Apple could also show off an entirely new line of MacBook laptop, with a dazzling Retina display screen, rumored to be sized somewhere in between the Pro and the Air.

Of course, the event sold out months ago, but you can follow along because several news outlets that will be in the audience will be live-blogging the news, including:

– Engadget
– The Verge
– Wired
– Ars Technica
– 9to5Mac
– MacRumors
– Macworld
– CNet

Engadget and The Verge tend to have the best tech event live blogs, with professional photographers with super-nice cameras uploading photographs of the presentation in real time. Their employees also seem to be very fast typists.

Following the event, Apple will post a video recap on its Events page.


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