Apple to Live Stream September 9 Keynote

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efuseakay

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Bet it'll be difficult to watch. buffering... buffering... buffering... buffering... buffering...

Samsung would be jealous.
 

chris

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Bet it'll be difficult to watch. buffering... buffering... buffering... buffering... buffering...

Samsung would be jealous.
I had no issues with their last stream. Considering my invite got lost in the mail, I'm thrilled they are moving to live streaming for these events.
 

efuseakay

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What was the last live event? I can't even remember... I don't think it was the 5S? I doubt that garnered as much attention as this one will. Hope they have everything in order. :)
 

Ledsteplin

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I use probably the Apple TV and Mac or iPad in case one lags I got the other
All I have to watch is my iPhone. It worked ok for the WWDC. It was difficult going back and forth between the Keynote and here for comments. I may use my Wife's phone for the Keynote and mine for iCafe. :)
 
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All I have to watch is my iPhone. It worked ok for the WWDC. It was difficult going back and forth between the Keynote and here for comments. I may use my Wife's phone for the Keynote and mine for iCafe. :)
I'll watch the first hour on my computer. I will assume the next hour is about the iWatch which I'm not interested in.
 

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I'll watch the first hour on my computer. I will assume the next hour is about the iWatch which I'm not interested in.
They usually save the best for last, so the iPhone will probably be announced in the second half of the Keynote.