All eyes on Cupertino: Apple will livestream next week’s big reveal

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Next week’s Apple event at the Flint Center promises to be one of the biggest tech announcements of the year with both the iPhone 6 and iWatch expected to make appearances, and to make it even more exciting for fans, Apple just announced it will stream the entire keynote live.

Apple’s event will kick off on September 9th at 10 a.m. Pacific at the Flint Center in Cupertino. Fans will be able to view a live-stream of the event on Apple’s website.

To view the Apple livestream user will need to use Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X 16.6.8 or later. The stream will also be available on Apple TV via a dedicated channel. Cult of Mac will be covering the event live from the Flint Center so make sure to stay tuned for an onslaught of hands-on goodness and coverage when the event kicks off next Tuesday.

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