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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by onlyapple, Oct 3, 2011.
apple are not doing there live stream of the conference so how do we watch it ?
There are many others that I'm sure will be referenced here (Engadget, MacRumors, etc).
I run 2 tabs with MacRumors and Engadget
You'll have to watch a live blog which is just a live feed of text and images. Apple doesn't allow video streams by the press so you have to read live blogs.
Apple is doing a live stream in London though.
yeah, dam I really wanted to watch the actual press conference, is the no way of actually watching it anywhere without have to wait for blogs etc etc.
Live from outside, closest you'll get
While I agree that watching the keynote would be cool I personally think the better show will be if the cameras were on the guests to the event and watching them implode when/if a 4s is released vrs a 5....
TWiT will have live commentary during the keynote but no video or audio feed from the event. However, they do a very good job, with the help of their large crowd sourced audience ("Twit army" as they're known), of finding pirate video/audio feeds if they exist.
I have them going while I watch the Engadget live blog or This is My Next live blog.
thankyou, I did find one called vertex it seems like they will be covering the whole conference. fingers crossed
also I have a questions that needs to be answered, if its 10.00am in california what time would it be in brisbane australia ??
Bookmark it. I think it's possible they will have the stream
yeah thanks, already did
Try Justin TV.com
According to the iPhone's World Clock it'll be 2am on Wed Oct 5th.
In soviet Russia, conference watch you!
I have no desire to follow a live blog. I don't want someone else's version of what is happening.
I'll be looking for one of the live streams. I'm sure there will be threads here that can point you to one or get you another one if they go down.
Follow the bouncing boobs. Justintv is probably a good place to start.
I love your boobs.....haha. Had to say it. But, on a serious note, JustinTV is a great place to check. I even watch sporting events on there on a regular basis.