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iPad Mini Event to be Streamed Live on Apple TV and Apple.com

For the past few Apple special events like the iPhone 5 and the New iPad unveilings, Apple had decided to keep its real time presentations out of the public’s eyes by only inviting the media, and releasing the full video of the presentations hours after the events. For those who wanted real time information on these events, they had to go to tech sites like Engadget to grab scattered images and information on these events. But Apple had a change of heart today. Those looking to watch complete real-time video presentation of today’s event should be glad to know that live streaming video presentation for today’s iPad Mini event is back!

In addition to viewing today’s IPad Mini Event via Apple.com on your computer or iOS devices, Apple has also added a new icon named “Apple Event” on the main menu of Apple TV. It should appear in the second row of Apple TV apps beside the iTunes Festival app. Simply select the icon and press play to watch the event live on your big screen TV.

Can’t wait patiently for the iPad Mini event? Why don’t you watch the all new Iron Man 3 trailer via the iTunes Movie Trailer app on your Apple TV or iOS devices while you wait?

Are you excited for the new iPad Mini?

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