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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by MartinAppleGuy, Aug 28, 2014.
Will the September Keynote be live-streamed?
Probably, like most of the last events, it will probably be live on Apple TV and web.
Probably. But annoyingly just to supported Apple software. I wish they'd just stream to YouTube or Twitch.
Only WWDC is normally live streamed.
I think the last iPad event was streamed.
I Apple will live-stream the event to anyone who owns a Mac or to an Apple TV unit. It's probably the most important product reveal for Apple since the iPad in 2010.
Yep. The October 2013 event were streamed.
Just that and a few WWDC's have been live streamed.
It will depend in part on whether or not the location of the event can handle live streaming. As others have said, WWDC seems to always be streamed live - especially over the past several years. And on occasion, the iPhone event has been streamed, too. But not always, as some locations dont have the capacity to support it.
They don't stream to the millions of viewers from the location of the event. They send one video stream to their CDN network, which handles the viewers. In theory, they could stream it from an LTE connection.. That has enough bandwith for that.
And the reason why WWDC is live streamed is because it's a developers conference, and thousands have tried to get tickets, but were not picked out. And there are so many developers around the world. It's a fine solution with the livestream for those who could not attend.