(ENDED) Apple Live Announcement started at 1pm New York City time today (9/10/13)
The Apple event just ended. Photography-related items: the new iPhone 5S has a 15% larger sensor (1.5 micron), with a five element f2.2 lens. The iPhone 5C camera appears to be similar to the iPhone 5... iPhoto for iOS will be free for new iOS devices, along with some of the other Apple signature apps. This is not free for everyone, only for new iOS devices! [updated/corrected]... Detailed coverage via Techmeme... Post-game show (video stream) at Twit Live Stream... If you want to relive the live-announcement coverage, the links are after the break...
It started at 1pm New York City time today (9/10/13), Apple is having its big annual announcement. Of photography interest, what type of a camera will new iPhones/iPads have? What new photography features will iOS 7 get? Will there be any news on the software front? How about new computers with photographer-friendly features? All will be answered starting at 1pm ET. The Verge sets up expectations. Live-blogging will be happening at all your favorite tech blogs (The Ars Technica and The Engadget and The Verge and The CNet and The Gizmodo, and Mac World and etc, etc, etc).
Apple apparently is not providing live video stream this time? The link on their home page points to a June 2013 event. There is a live video feed from a TV station on UStream. However, Apple has published an iOS 7 page.
If you prefer Mystery Science Theater style coverage, stay tuned to the Twit Live Stream. After the announcement is over, they will have a post-game show that is part of their weekly Mac-related show. Of photography interest, the controversial Scott Bourne will be part of the Twit.TV coverage.