On Tuesday morning at 9:00 AM Pacific Time, Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs will deliver the keynote address for Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco, Calif. Unlike years past, however, there will be no live webcast of Jobs' keynote speech.
In a statement released this morning, Apple confirmed that it will webcast the keynote -- but doesn't plan to do so until 6:00 PM Pacific Time Tuesday, nine full hours after Jobs' keynote is scheduled to begin. An Apple spokesman contacted by MacCentral was unable to provide any further details about the reason for the delayed Webcast.
MacCentral will endeavor to bring readers live coverage of the keynote as it happens, as we've done for past Macworld Expos.
This story, "Apple to delay webcast of Jobs keynote" was originally published by PCWorld.