I can't remember the last time they provided a live stream of one of their events (it was in 2005), but tomorrow Apple will give consumers a look in at their product event in San Francisco.
Of course, there are a few caveats: you have to go to www.apple.com and supposedly have to be on a Mac running 10.6, or an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
"Hey, can anyone get a WiFi connection in here?"
AppleInsider speculates that Apple may be doing this following a WiFi hiccup at its last event where CEO Steve Jobs could not get enough bandwidth in the hall due to all the attendees live blogging the event. This seems like a reasonable move forward.
Products expected to be introduced include a new Apple TV box top that will run iOS, and new iPods. The hope is that there wil be some surprises such as a date for an OS update for the iPad which will add multitasking, folders and the like, a new version of iLife that will add new functionality, and a new business model for the newspaper industry (OK, maybe not the last item).