Avoiding "spoilers" and watching the Keynote stream.

Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by Kahnyl, Jun 4, 2009.

  1. Kahnyl macrumors 68000

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    I'm sorta tired of reading liveblogs of Apple Keynotes and was wondering what's the easiest way to avoid news of any announcements and then watch the stream from Apple's site. Any blog that links to the stream of each event always references what it's about so I can't wait for one of those to show up in my RSS reader. Are the links predictable at all? Maybe I can just keep checking it if so.
     
  2. dolphin842 macrumors 65816

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    MacRumors usually puts out a URL to a special 'spoiler-free' keynote page that you can bookmark; once the keynote stream is posted, it'll get posted to the page.

    Alternatively you could subscribe to the Apple Keynotes podcast in iTunes. It's usually much better quality than the stream, but it gets posted later (usually the day after the keynote).

    I plan on doing the latter and having friends over to watch Phil and company on the big screen :D. Since they stopped broadcasting the keynotes to Apple Stores, it's about as close as we can get.
     
  3. mr.stinki macrumors 6502

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    I try doing this all the time, unfortunately, the keynote stream doesn't go live until 4-5 hours after they keynote actually ends. I give in and read what goes on instead...
     

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