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Discussion in 'Apple, Inc and Tech Industry' started by XUXA, Jun 2, 2008.
Is there a way to watch it live via internet? If not, how long until they actually go up on the net?
No, there's no live feed, although MacRumors will provide live text (and picture?) updates via http://MacRumorsLive.com during the keynote.
After several hours a video will be posted on Apple.com, although if you wish to watch the keynote without and knowledge of released products or announcements, MacRumors also provides a spoiler free page which will contain a link directly to the video, allowing you to bypass Apple's homepage and the MacRumors homepage, which will both contain information about the outcome of the keynote.
I'm sure more information regarding MacRumors' coverage of the keynote will be forthcoming as the event approaches.
How many hows does WWDC last? And will I beable to watch the videos that day?
Usually hour to 2 hours.. Upload time to Apple.com site is around 4 to 6 hours...
As for MacWorld 2007, after it ended. Like within 1.5 hours it's up.
They usually keep it around an hour to an hour and a half. Yes, unless Apple's servers can't handle the demand, you shouldn't have a problem watching it the same day.
I don't know if it's against the rules to boost another forum but... I absolutely love this forum, but I find Engadget's coverage of events to be the best. If you check out their page they will have an updated text and pictures feed during the Stevenote.