Where To Watch Apple September 2012 WWDC Event “almost here”


Everyone surely wants to watch Apple’s September WWDC 2012 keynote speech? The only problem is that WWDC tickets tend to sell out within the hour every year. So if you can’t make it to WWDC because of the cost or just because you have a life, you can always check out live blogs to stay up to date with Apple’s latest announcements.

Apple is expected to unveil the new “iPhone 5″, a redesigned iPod Nano, and a revamped iPod Touch. Apple’s keynote will begin at the Moscone Center in San Francisco at 10am Pacific time.

You won’t be able to watch live streaming video of the event, Apple usually uploads a video of the keynote to it’s website within a few days. In the meantime you can check out one of may live blogs that will keep you up to date with September WWDC 2012:

The Verge – Link
Engadget – Link
CNET – Link
Gizmodo – Link

Ars Technica – Link

TechCrunch – Link


The links above are some of the major news outlets that will be providing live blog coverage of Apple’s keynote later today.

While everyone’s highly anticipating the new iPhone don’t forget about iOS 6, the new iOS update is said to be bringing many new noticeable features to our devices.

For those who don’t know what time the event starts take a look below:

07:00AM – Hawaii
09:00AM – Alaska
10:00AM – Pacific
11:00AM – Mountain
12:00PM – Central
01:00PM – Eastern
02:00PM – São Paulo
06:00PM – London
07:00PM – Paris
09:00PM – Moscow
02:00AM – Tokyo (September 13th)
03:00AM – Sydney (September 13th)