Apple Event September 2010: How To Follow LIVE

UPDATE: Apple will be providing a live video stream of the press conference. Get details on how to watch here.
Apple will be hosting a music-themed event in San Francisco beginning at 10AM PT on September 1st.

What will Apple announce? There have been rumors that Apple will unveil a new version of its iPod Touch, as well as a revamped iPod Nano. Additional speculation has suggested that Apple plans to announce a next generation Apple TV.

Mac Rumors sums up the major buzz and what Apple is rumored to announce:

- Apple TV - A next generation Apple TV based on iOS, priced at only $99, as well as support for Apps.
- iPod Touch - Backside camera, mic, new shape, front facing camera, possible 3G and even a Retina display.
- iPod Nano - Smaller, square shaped design with a 3cm x 3cm touch screen. Case manufacturers have already been producing covers for the unannounced device (see above).
- Other updates to iTunes including TV show rentals and longer song previews.

Apple is notorious for not having live video from its press conferences. Although you may not be able to watch the announcement live, numerous sites will be live blogging Apple's event. Get the latest news, as it happens, from Engadget, Ars Technica, ZDNet, and CNET, among others.

You can also follow the latest news via our Twitter lists of tech journalists or our list of Apple news sites.

What do you hope Apple will unveil? Tell us in the comments below.