Apple’s September Event: How to follow the news as it happens – EFTM

Apple’s September Event: How to follow the news as it happens

Love it or not, there’s something special, and quite unique about Apple’s big events that creates a Hype not matched by another – despite the best efforts of Samsung...

Love it or not, there’s something special, and quite unique about Apple’s big events that creates a Hype not matched by another – despite the best efforts of Samsung in recent years.  So, we’re just hours away – here’s how to keep track!

If you’re willing to get up at 3am Sydney time (1am Perth time) then set your alarm, get your iPad, iPhone, iPod or Apple TV ready (or Mac with Safari Browser) and look for the Apple live event stream at Apple.com

Screen Shot 2014-09-09 at 11.57.22 amAs it happens, you’ll be able to follow live tweets from Trevor Long on the ground in Cupertino at the event via @TrevorLong with other details also shared via @EFTM and @YourTechLife.

Photos and videos will be tweeted and shared on Twitter and Instagram if there is an opportunity to see and hold any devices that are launched, then in the hours following we’ll have as much news as we can bring you right here at EFTM.

If you’re at home or in the car, you can follow the news on TV and Radio also, Trevor will appear on the Today Show on Channel 9 at 6.10am with news from the event, as well as on radio Stations across the country throughout the morning and day (for a list see below).

All in all, we’ve got you covered.

Radio Stations we’ll be crossing to for  news and updates:

  • HOFM Hobart
  • WaveFM Wollongong
  • 106.3fm Townsville
  • HITZ FM Bundaberg
  • PowerFM Nowra
  • Triple M Adelaide
  • 2UE Sydney
  • 6PR Perth
  • River 949 Ipswich
  • 7AD Devonport
  • 7BU Burnie
  • 2CC Canberra
  • K-Rock Geelong
  • Triple M Brisbane
  • KOFM Newcastle
  • Triple M Grill Team Sydney
  • Magic FM Port Augusta
  • 6IX Perth
  • MyMP Melbourne
  • 2UE Drive
  • 4BC Drive

Tune in, and enjoy!

Oh, and a new podcast on Wednesday night!

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Trevor produces two of the most popular technology podcasts in Australia, Your Tech Life and Two Blokes Talking Tech. He has a weekly radio show on 2UE, as well as appearances across the country and regularly provides Technology Commentary to Channel 9’s Today Show and A Current Affair. Father of three, he is often found down in his Man Cave. Like this post? Buy Trev a drink!
2 Comments on this post.
  • Chris
    9 September 2014 at 12:26 pm
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    So safari on a window computer will work or not?

    • Trevor Long
      9 September 2014 at 3:57 pm
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      It’s not listed by Apple – if its your only choice – TRY IT!

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