Apple TV Users Can Watch Live Stream Of The iPad Mini Event Today

If you wished you could attend today’s Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPad Mini event, but didn’t get an invitation, you might still be able to watch the live event.  If you have Apple TV, just check for the Apple Events  icon on your boxtop device and click on that, you’ll then be shown another icon that says Apple Special Event-Live. Click on that and you’ll get to enjoy live coverage of the anticipated event!

Apple TV Users Can Watch Live Stream Of The iPad Mini Event Today

Users can also stream the event to their iPad or Mac.  iOS users need iOS 4.2 or higher, Mac users need Safari 4 or later. They can check out the live stream event on the Apple website. And that’s not all. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) will also allow their users to view older events, including the WWDC 2012, iPad 3 unveiling, and iPhone 5 unveiling. Unfortunately, the older events are restricted to Apple TV users.

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The iPad Mini event starts at 10:00 AM Pacific Standard Time/1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. For the rest of us who don’t have Apple TV, Slashgear will host a liveblog event.

Although there has been no word on what this Apple event will be about, many people are speculating that they’ll launch several new products, including the iPad Mini and a 13-inch MacBook Pro. Both products are targeted towards more budget-minded consumers and should help Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) reel in the sales this upcoming holiday season.

The iPad Mini has been rumored to be coming since early 2012. This smaller tablet is poised to compete with Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble’s Nook Tablet. It reportedly features a 7.85 inch screen and A5 processor.  It won’t feature a Retina display. It’s rumored to start at $299.

The smaller MacBook Pro is another rumored product, but there are currently no speculations on what we can expect from it. There are no proposed pricing points regarding this gadget either.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) may also unveil a new Mac Mini, new iTunes, and new iBooks. We will keep you posted.