How To Follow Apple’s ‘Let’s Talk iPhone’ Event

Apple will be holding their ‘Let’s Talk iPhone’ event later today, unfortunately they aren’t streaming this one live. Luckily, there are plenty of options for those of us who have to get the news as it happens.

TWiT.TV covers all Apple events live, coverage includes expert commentary and often live video from the event. TWiT broadcasts iOS compatible audio and video from their web site and the official TWiT.TV app (iTunes Link). The official app is $0.99 and absolutely worth the money, or you can try the free ‘TWiT Netcast Network’ app from MediaFly (iTunes Link).

If you prefer text based updates, live blogs are the answer. Live blogs provide text and photo updates in real-time. My favorite live blogger is Ryan Block from GDGT, but Ars Technica, Engadget, and Gizmodo all have excellent coverage (all of these links go directly to their live coverage).

After the keynote, Apple usually posts the video to the Apple Events page and podcast (Subscribe in iTunes). And of course, Gary Ng and I will be discussing all the news on a special episode of The iPhone Podcast.

Enjoy the event.

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  • Anonymous

    what exactly do u search for on TWiT.TV?? i mean what channel do we go too?? there is no official lets talk iphone channel…or apple channel…

    thank you.

  • Chris

    Chris Pirillo is live streaming it:

  • Just hit watch, they are streaming now. You can also try http://live.twit.tv if the main site won’t load.