Spoiler-free Keynote, Sept 2014

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  1. JP3G1, Sep 7, 2014
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    JP3G1 macrumors newbie

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    Hi all, come here for a spoiler-free experience of the September 9th, 2014 iPhone/iWatch Event! This thread will contain the official live keynote stream (if one is available). Until then, please do not post any rumors/speculation.

    Note that this thread will simply link to the Macrumors post in case they decide to make one, like on WWDC 2014.

    Link is up! http://www.macrumors.com/2014/09/08/september-2014-spoiler-free/
     
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    ...so you post a thread about the iWatch but ask to not have rumors...?
     
  3. JP3G1 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Have you been living under a rock for the last year? :cool:
     
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    ....no, why?
     
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    What? The link for where the live stream will be is already on Apple's main page.
     
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    Indeed.

    Actually, it strikes me that - as the very name of the forum is MacRumors - that to ask interested individuals who post to forego posting rumours is, somehow, to maybe miss the point of the whole exercise….

    Oh, dear. And, why should a forum which is designed for - and dedicated to - discussing all things related to Apple (including - as it happens - rumours concerning impending keynotes and future products) decline to do so merely because the company called Apple would prefer we did not?
     
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