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The company will broadcast its keynote starting at 10 a.m. PT on Monday, via the usual routes -- iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, and Mac.
With little fanfare, the company said users with its Apple TV set-top box or relatively new Macs, iPads and iPhones can view a live stream of today's event, widely expected to feature the iPad Mini.
Last week, German tech site macerkopf.de stated that sources close to the development of iOS 5.0.2 claimed the update was coming this week to address battery performance issues that have been plaguing several iPhone 4S users since its release. Today, the site claims that the update will be delayed because of memory leaks in the code.
iOS 5.0.2 could be pushed out within the next 10 days to fix battery drain, or at least try to a second time, a German site quotes an unnamed Apple engineer as saying.
Apple has put out a pre-release version of iOS 5.1, what looks to be the first major update for iOS 5 since a battery-fixing patch earlier this month.