Apple's loyal fans are patiently awaiting the rumored iPhone 5S announcement that will take place today at 1 p.m. EDT in Cupertino, California. Keeping with their strict Apple guidelines, a live stream of the new product announcement will not be available – when are they going to give in and allow live streams? Despite not having an official Apple iPhone 5S live stream, Leo Laporte and TwiT.tv willl provide live coverage and great commentary regarding the big and more than likely underwhelming unveil of the iPhone 5S – rumor has it that a low-end model, the iPhone 5C will also be discussed as well as iOS 7.
Leo Laporte will be joined by Sarah Lane, Chris Breen and Scott Bourne as they cover Apple's big announcement. Tim Cook is set to start the show from Apple's Campus at 1 p.m. EDT today and typically these announcements by Apple will last around two hours. If we are lucky, someone who is attending the big unveil will be brave enough to live stream the event, against Apple's wishes, at which point in time Laporte will broadcast it for us all to see via his live coverage on TWiT.
As mentioned above, Apple will not be offering an iPhone 5S live stream of today's press conference but Leo Laporte and the TWiT Live team will be covering it in real time. Are you excited for the official release of the brand new iPhone 5S or the budget version, the iPhone 5C? Comment Below!
To watch Leo Laporte's live iPhone 5S coverage, head on over to TWiT Live at 1 p.m. EDT.
As always, Engadget will be offering a live blog of Apple's press conference which can be found at www.engadget.com.