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Later today, as Apple unveils whatever secrets (cough, cough) they are unveiling, join Life In LoFi and a panel of top iPhoneographers and experts as we broadcast live coverage of Apple’s September event. More info after the jump. >>>

Today, Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 9:45 am Pacific/12:45 pm Eastern, LoFi will be broadcasting live on Google hangouts On Air for the Apple September event.


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With new hardware, a new Mac OS, and a new iOS around the corner, this should be a very significant Apple event — possible one of the most important in years as Tim Cook really cements his vision of Apple in the post-Steve years.

We don’t know for sure what Apple will announce, but it most likely involves two new iPhones — the 5S and the 5C. Our panel will report and analyze live as the event unfolds.

Scheduled to appear so far:

Marty Yawnick – Founder and Publisher of Life In LoFi

Glyn Evans – Found and Publisher of The iPhoneography Blog

Jack Hollingsworth – Commercial Photographer/iPhoneographer and iPhone photo evangelist

Edi Caves – Founder and Publisher of

Knox Bronson – Founder and Curator of and Editor of iPhotographer Magazine.

Cindy Patrick – Commercial Photographer, iPhoneographer, and curator of Life In LoFi’s Faved: iPhone Photos of the Week

Steven Thomas – Web Designer, iPhoneographer, and curator of Life In Lofi’s Facebook page.

Devin Pike – Filmmaker, entertainment and technology journalist. Predicted the iPhone in 2001 while the Senior Editor of, and swears Apple owes him some stock options.

(scheduled guests subject to change)

We’ll have text chat enabled so you can ask questions and interact with the panel.

I’m excited. It’s going to be a lively roundtable with a lot of great stories, insights, and crosstalk.

Watch Online at Hangouts On Air

Life In LoFi’s coverage of the Apple Event starts at 9:45 am Pacific / 12:45 pm Eastern / 17:45 GMT on Tuesday, September 10, 2013.

Check the blog, LoFi’s Facebook page, our Google+ page or our Twitter feed @LifeInLoFiBlog this Monday for a link to the boradcast and Hangout channel information.