Keep tabs on the competition today during Apple's latest 'Special Event'

Apple's latest "Special Event" takes place in New York City this morning, at 10 am ET / 7 am PT. The company shifted from the Bay Area to the Big Apple to announce its latest goodies, and Apple analysts like our good pal Rene Ritchie from Windows Central sister site iMore is on the scene.

Ritchie expects new iPads (including an iPad Mini), a Mac mini pro, and a MacBook refresh, but you never know what Apple has up its sleeve. We'll be following along (and planning all the appropriate Windows PC comparisons—we're anxious to see how a refreshed iPad could stack up to the new Surface Pro 6, for example). And you can, too. iMore is THE destination for all things Apple, and it's the site you need if you want to know what's going down in Manhattan this morning.

Follow along by watching the live stream

You can watch the live stream of Apple's Special Event at the official event page, which will be updated to stream about a half hour before the event.

Apple's Event page

You can also watch it from the Special Event app on an Apple TV, if you have one.

If you'd like to watch the live stream peppered with some commentary from the iMore team, be sure to follow us on Twitter.

Bookmark iMore event page to keep updated on the news

iMore will spend the rest of the day, the next few days, and the following weeks with content related to everything announced and provided in-depth analysis of the event. You can (and should) bookmark the site's event page and can in regularly for more insights.

iMore live events page

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