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No Live Video Stream of Tomorrow's iPhone Media Event

9to5Mac reports that it has received word from an Apple press representative that the company will not be offering a public live video stream of tomorrow's iPhone media event.

As we noted last week, Apple will be offering a private live stream of the event to its Covent Garden retail store in London, where it will be hosting simultaneous gathering for European press.

MacRumors will be offering article updates with coverage as the media event unfolds and issuing Twitter updates through our @MacRumorsLive account. Separate news stories regarding the event announcements will go out through our @MacRumors account.

Apple last year offered live video streaming of its September iPod event and October "Back to the Mac" event, but did not offer live video streaming of the iPad 2 introduction earlier this year.

Apple is expected to follow its usual policy of making a video of tomorrow's press event available for viewing at a later time. Such videos generally become available a few hours after the conclusion of Apple's events.

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42 months ago

Is anyone liveblogging?


Everyone but Gizmodo.
Rating: 70 Votes
42 months ago
enGadget it is then, they always do a decent feed that's constantly updated :)
Rating: 12 Votes
42 months ago
ya, we'll post updates on the front page, tweet on @macrumorslive, and link out to places with live coverage.

arn
Rating: 8 Votes
42 months ago
Damn, that's too bad! :(
Rating: 7 Votes
42 months ago
That sucks.. was really hoping I could see it live without having to keep refreshing Engadget.

Guess I'll put the box of tissues and lube away till the stream is available on Apple's site after the Keynote.
Rating: 7 Votes
42 months ago
Some liveblogs:

Engadget
www.engadget.com/2011/10/04/apples-lets-talk-iphone-keynote-liveblog/

This is My Next (The Verge)
http://live.thisismynext.com/Event/Apple_iPhone_5_event_live_blog

Gizmodo (aggregate of other liveblogs, really):
http://live.gizmodo.com/

This Week in Tech
http://twit.tv
Rating: 7 Votes
42 months ago
Well I guess its good in away. It means I'll actually do my work, whilst reading the news streams, rather then devoting all of my attention to head of the mothership for a couple of hours!
Rating: 6 Votes
42 months ago

Got the site details?


engaget.com, haha. you dont deserve an iphone
Rating: 6 Votes
42 months ago
Engadget usually has a live blog.
Rating: 5 Votes
42 months ago
Either way, I'll be getting this 5th generation iPhone. I'm on Sprint and have been using my Evo 4G for almost two years. Android is great and is a major improvement over old windows phones (which was the only choice I had on sprint for a while) but it never really gives me that iOS experience. I welcome all technology, not just Apple, but they do have a special talent for really making something to the closest form of perfection.

My Evo got stolen last week and I really need a phone. So what better phone to replace my Evo 4g than this 5th generation iPhone? When it comes down to it, I will probably buy the 6th generation iPhone next June/October if it's a redesign anyways.

Apple may not be doing what I anticipated or wanted, but in no way will it be a let down. The only let down is that it isn't being streamed live and I will only get crappy blog photos until the video is uploaded. Impatient me:o

Let's be patient guys (I'll try if you do), the wait is almost over!
Rating: 5 Votes

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