All the assumptions about the Apple’s event on September 1,2010 is coming to an end. Now Apple has Officially announced that the Live event will be streaming today online at Apple.com, at 10:00 AM Pacific/1:00 PM Eastern zones. Its open to everyone , all you need is to have a Macbook with a Safari browser running on a Mac OS X version,an iPhone/iPod Touch running on iOS 3.0(or later) or even an iPad. The event is expected to centre around updating new features to iTunes,a new iPod series and possibly merging Apple TV with Netflix.
Apple Event September 1,2010 at Yerba Buena Center for Arts Theatre in San Francisco.
As a part of the Apple event, FOX News and ABC Networks are proud to announce 99-cent rental TV through iTunes Store, according to some people related to that matter.But Apple didn’t cleared anything about this event.
“Apple will broadcast its September 1 event online using Apple’s industry-leading HTTP Live Streaming, which is based on open standards,” the company says.
They also make an announcement that, “This broadcast is a proprietary right of Apple and is protected by US patent law and international treaties and any violation of the law like reproduction or distribution is strictly prohibited without prior approval from Apple”.
In spite of all those restriction from Apple, you can still Watch Apple iTV/ iPod touch 4G event live online.
According to Wall Street journal, FOX News and ABC TV will announce 99-cent rentals of TV shows through iTunes store.Now people have to pay only $1.99 or $2.99 for each episode.
According to Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Apple is going to release a set-top box for streaming video that will include Netflix programs to its list and a new version of Apple TV that will cost $99. They also said that, Apple will release a modified and updated version of iPod Touch with higher screen resolution(may be with a camera) and a new version of iTunes.