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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by bababoey14, Jul 15, 2010.
Is it online...will CNN be covering it???
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was wondering the same thing. i'd say a 99.9% - 100% chance the only way is via some reporter who is live blogging from the thing. same as WWDC.
I just follow Engadgets live feed, they have pictures and obviously write whats happening but they don't have an actual video feed where you can watch.
Live blogging most likely.
engadget will be there. I'm sure they will be blogging it
If I was apple, I would try to just deliver the message and end the conference. I wouldn't broadcast it live.
We will get all kinds of coverage from the press that will be at the annoucement, but I would be surprised if there is any sort of live coverage.
No way in hell will Apple allow it to be broadcast live. I wouldn't doubt they block wifi and/or wireless signals.
Will MR be broadcasting updates from their Twitter like they do with WWDC?
i thought it was a press conference, not a typical apple event. i doubt they will allow the press to ask questions though.
how does apple block wifi?
Just go to Gizmodo's liv.... wait, they weren't invited? Or were they?
Gizmodo is still awesome. Just because they broke the iPhone story everyone hates them it seems. Every blog would of done the same thing if they had the chance. Not every blog site can get their material right 100% of the time either
Woah, woah, calm down people. I had no intent to flame about Gizmodo, or change the subject of this thread...
Actually, many blogs had the same chance, including Engadget. They passed, because it was illegal and they weren't willing to break the law for a story.
The best part is, Gizmodo shot themselves in the foot, some of their people may go to prison, and they STILL didn't really get the story. No mention of the retina display, no mention of the antenna....
Gizmodo is not now nor have they ever been awesome. As a matter of fact, since the incident, they are acting even more like a bunch of teenagers.
It is illegal to block cellphone signals in the United States.
Agreed. And I doubt they will ever be invited to another Apple event of any kind. Does buying an essentially stolen phone seem worth it now-? I wouldn't think so.
Put a PW on it and dont give out the PW?
Where did engadget have the chance to get the iPhone? Link? Yes, they did break the law but Apple did choose to not send them an invite to the WWDC. Kinda teenagerish too, but not as much as giz.
It's illegal to use a device to jam signals, not to prohibit use of wifi or block IR signals through walls, which can be achieved by using a room with no signal or using IR blocking paint (not sure if it's available yet, heard about it some time ago).
Gizmodo is awesome, and the fact that they are the ones that did break the iphone story, shows that they have more journalistic guts and the will to chase/find stories than any of the rest copy-pasters.
Stop being fanboys and realize that if you pay something (ie, Apple), it ought to be your bitch, and to serve YOU and not the other way around.
Don't crap prototypes everywhere if you don't want them found, and don't design things wrong, if you don't want people to call them out as such. Simples.
Apple isn't going to ban recording devices from a press conference. This isn't a Apple event for launching a product.
Do you work for Gizmodo? Most of the tech blogs are biased and trash. Trying to find value in them is much harder today than a few years ago. The people at Gizmodo are acting like crybabies because of the iPhone 4 fiasco. Now they are trying to drag Apple's name through the mud. Pretty childish if you ask me.
You do realize these guys aren't journalists right? They are bloggers. Big difference.
Engadget had THAT chance.