Apple will live stream event -- but not on PCs

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  1. aaf709

    aaf709 Nice Guy Premium Member

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    (CNN) -- Apple users will get to watch live today as the company, at an event presumably led by CEO Steve Jobs, announces new services and products.

    Everybody else is out of luck.

    Viewing requires a Mac running the Safari web browser (on Mac OS X version 10.6 Snow Leopard), an iPhone or iPod Touch running the operating system iOS 3.0 or higher, or the iPad.


    Obviously they don't want "outsiders" to see what's new, although that means that they don't care about getting new customers and are concentrating on repeat customers.



    You can read the full story at Apple will live stream event -- but not on PCs - CNN.com
     
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    Loving the new Ipod Touch, probably gonna pick one up for FaceTime :p
    The new Nano looks like hell tbh
     
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    Why would you give a **** if you owned a PC.

    I joke.