Waiting for the iPad 3 / iPad HD event? Here's what to do!

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Apple's iPad 3 / iPad HD event kicks off today at 10am PT / 1pm ET / 6pm GMT from the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco. Apple rarely provides live streams for their events and hasn't announced one for this event either. If they do, we'll post up the details as quickly as possible.

iMore will be doing a special edition iPad Live podcast during the event, following the news, and adding our own commentary, context, and color. We'll start up 15 minutes or so before the keynote. We'd love for you to join us, so get in early to reserve your spot in the chat room. You can find it at http://www.imore.com/live.

We'll also be getting all the big announcements up on the main page just as fast as inhumanly possible, so you can follow along via RSS, Twitter or Facebook.

While you're waiting, check out the full rumor rundown in our complete iPad event preview, then go and tell us what you're expecting to see from Apple tomorrow, and jump into our iPad 3 Forum and Apple TV 3 Forum for the best discussion on the 'net.

If you've still got some time on your hands, do what I did -- watch Apple's iPad 2 event from last year. What better way to wait for what's next then revisiting what came just before.

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Rene Ritchie

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Waiting for the iPad 3 / iPad HD event? Here's what to do!


Since I'm going to be at work by the time the Keynote starts, could I possibly watch and follow iMore's live coverage from my iPhone?

It's like being on a roller coaster waiting for the first drop to come, how your stomach feels like its lingering way up in the air.

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