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Follow the Apple “Back to the Mac” Event Live

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Apple has a live event scheduled for later today (October 20, 2010) at 10:00 a.m. (PDT). The invitation (shown below) simply says “Back to the Mac”. Most expect Apple to announce their next next version of OS X, and new a MacBook Air. Unlike the September music event, it doesn’t look like Apple is streaming the event live. Luckily, there are plenty of alternatives.

Apple Back to the Mac

TWIT.TV always does a great job of covering these events, and often has live audio and video. Tomorrow they plan to cover the event live, and then follow it with an episode of MacBreak Weekly. You can watch the video at TWIT Live. (Video works on the iPhone)

TWIT.TV usually has the most complete coverage, but there are several sites that do a great job of live blogging. Here are some of the best:

Engadget will live blogging the event at the following URL http://www.engadget.com/2010/10/20/live-from-apples-back-to-the-mac-event/

Arstechnica’s live page is already up at http://arstechnica.com/apple/news/2010/10/liveblog-apples-back-to-the-mac-event-107-preview.ars

GDGT usually does the best job of live blogging these events. You can follow along at live.gdgt.com

If you can’t follow the event live, Gary and I will be recording an episode of the The iPhone Podcast right after the event, and we’ll cover all the news.

Which site do you use to follow live Apple events? Let us know in the comments.

Posted by Justin Luey | Twitter

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  • The Twit/GDGT combo is usually my pick. I wouldn’t totally count out a live stream from Apple yet though

  • Half_Pint

    Weeeee… can’t wait! Almost time for a new Mac Pro.

  • That’s my combo too. I haven’t ruled out Apple streaming it, but it seems unlikely.

  • Anonymous

    I’ll try twit today. I’ve always been following Engadget for live blogging events

  • Anonymous

    According to Ars Technica the event WILL be live streamed (good news :):

    “Apple will stream today’s Back To Mac event. You’ll need Snow Leopard and Safari or an iOS device running v3.0 or higher to watch. Ars is also liveblogging the event.”

    (Source: http://arstechnica.com/apple/)

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