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Apple is pulling its old trick again, by live streaming its product announcement today, that starts in just one hour. However, there’s a condition here: you have to use an iPad or other Apple device to access the stream. L


Video goes live at 10 AM PDT or 1 PM ET on Apple TV, an iOS 4.2 or later device, or maybe a Mac that runs OS X 10.6 or later. You can also visit the Apple website from a Safari browser just a bit before the event starts. Things to expect in the following two hours are the iPad Mini 2, iPad 5, new Mac Pro and maybe a new MacBook.

We could also see new iPods and OS X Mavericks ready for release. The iPad Mini 2 may feature a Retina Display, while the iPad 5 will be more compact and totally change the design of the previous 4 models. Clock is ticking folks! What device will you be watching the event on?