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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Mad Mac Maniac, Jan 26, 2010.
of course in real time
There's not an app for that.
(that I know of)
Last edited by CylonGlitch : Tomorrow at 37:05 AM.
Plenty of ways, Safari and engadget.com or the many other sites that will be following the event, engadget app, twit app, there are probably a lot more out there too.
I've followed it a through a few different sites before and Engadget does the nicest job that I've found to give you thorough details of stuff you want to hear. A lot of other sites leave out important details or tell you things that you just don't care about. I've never followed it through my iPhone though, so I can't say with 100% certainty, but I don't see why they wouldn't have the feed running through their app.
+3 for Engadget App.
This is good to know, as I'll be at the pub watching united beat city, hehe
Does the app have the automatically updating feed?
Or do you have to go to the link that the app directs you to and follow in safari?
And sorry if its a daft question
also geekbrief.tv, cnet.com & www.live.twit.tv Leo will be on at 9am pacific time ready to rock and roll and i know he's going to try to get something from inside......
i'm also looking for a "pirate video feed" inside so i've got a broad twitter search set up "live apple" .... inevitably someone will be streaming live video from inside so i'm assuming that will be the first heads up...
at worst, there will probably be a qik.com (get the app it's free QIK) feed from someone inside....
anyone know of any way to try and avoid spoiling what happens tomorrow and find a link straight to apples stream when they put it up? i'd love to come in from work then watch a good quality video of it unfolding, even if it is a few hours after the event.. I know any site i click on will undoubtedly have whatever happens as their main headlines so any way of avoiding seeing this would be great!
from the front page http://www.macrumors.com/2010/01/24/january-2010-media-event-spoiler-free-keynote-stream/
what time Eastern is it?
i think its 1 eastern.
Thanks for posting this. Engadget will be good. Thanks for the tip about twitter, and i think qik is a good bet too.
10 AM PST makes it 7AM EST
10 AM Pacific = 1 pm Eastern
do you mind posting a link or some way of finding the live feed once you've found one. a PM would do if you didn't want to post it publicly.
Here's a lil info and some sites to follow the event http://www.blogsdna.com/6485/watch-live-coverage-of-apple-event-on-27th-january-2010-online.htm
9to5Mac claims "You'll know exactly what's being said within seconds of it coming out of Steve's mouth."
so, i'm thinking hidden mic or camera.
point to that link in safari. it appears to be streaming well and there's not too much going on in the background and sides of that site which makes it very readable on the iphone
Ah that's what I get for trying to do any kind of math at 1 am.