Watch Keynote later w/o spoilers?

Saberon

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Sep 16, 2008
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Every Apple event I have about 4 websites all refreshing like mad to get the latest news as it happens. This time I've decided to watch the keynote Apple posts a couple hours later and I don't want to hear any spoilers before I watch the keynote.

How do I do this? How can i safely navigate the web to the Keynote (I know its posted a few hours later) without reading a bunch of spoilers from websites? Even going to apple.com to find the keynote will surely show the new iPad etc...
 

FSMBP

macrumors 68020
Jan 22, 2009
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Not a good answer...it would say "Watch Apple's CEO Tim Cook announce new iPad HD & Apple's magically new TV..."

MacRumors will put up a "Spoiler-Free" page tonight for tomorrow's event (like they've done for past Keynotes. The page will contain no spoilers & will post the Keynote video link.
 

MasterHowl

macrumors 65816
Oct 3, 2010
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Go to this page, http://www.apple.com/apple-events/, don't look at it, and rub freshly cut onion in your eyes.

That way, you'll be able to see the outline of the video thumbnails on the page, but you won't be able to read anything on it, or see any detail on the thumbnail!

You'll be able to open the video without reading anything :)
 

HeezyBear

macrumors regular
May 21, 2010
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Have a friend navigate to the Apple Events page and press play on the video for you and that way you don't have to even read the short description of the video which could give away what's going to be revealed.