Update: Apple will be hosting a live stream of the event on its website as well. Head to this page to see the stream when it goes live, probably just before 10am PST/6pm GMT.
If you have an Apple TV, check it now to find the new channel that will allow you to watch the event live online. Apple are offering a stream to Apple TV owners for the first time, but right now it’s no clear whether a live stream will also be available on Apple’s website.
In the past, Apple have offered downloadable videos of events shortly after the events themselves are over, but the last time they offered a stream online was for their 2010 ‘Back to the Mac’ event. This could signify a new push in Apple’s support of the Apple TV, or it might simply be the first of a series of streams that will be pushed out for Mac and iOS device users over the next few hours. For now, if you’ve got an Apple TV prepare yourself for the event, and if you’re not lucky enough to have one, keep an eye on apple.com. Of course, if you can’t find a stream anywhere, you can always tune into iCreate’s Twitter feed, as we’ll be livetweeting the event