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Apple October 23rd Media Event Spoiler Free Video Stream [Posted]


With Apple's 2012 October Media event kicking off on Tuesday, some users are interested in avoiding all of the announcements and waiting until Apple posts the recorded video of the event so as to experience it without already knowing the outcome.

For those individuals, we've posted this news story, which will be updated with the link to the presentation once it becomes available from Apple. No other news stories or announcements will be displayed alongside this story.

Users waiting for the video to be posted are welcome to gather in the thread associated with this news story, and we ask that those who follow the events refrain from making any posts in the thread about tomorrow's announcements.

Update: A live stream is available for the event. We will also post the archived stream here after the event is over.

Update: The 72-minute media event has been posted.

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Posted: 20 months ago
Isn't calling it the "iPad Mini" event already a spoiler? :D
Rating: 19 Positives
Posted: 20 months ago
To be more accurate :D
Rating: 11 Positives
Posted: 20 months ago
I'm confused about the spoiler-free part. So basically it would report on the keynote without any mention of what's being presented, such as this?

Tim Cook takes the stand.

"I'm here to introduce the **********. It's revolutionary. It's made out of ******* and ****** and it's only **mm thick."

Wow... Sounds awesome.
Rating: 9 Positives
Posted: 20 months ago
why not use the fact that itunes is in EVERY home to have a propaganda channel for apple ads, apple product launches etc. and stream live.

imagine how many of us would (i'm in australia) wake up at 3 in the morning, switch on our atv and watch live on the apple launch channel... they do live streaming for others, why not themselves?? i think their data centre could handle it. if not, just turn off the maps server for a couple of hours. noone will notice the difference...
Rating: 8 Positives
Posted: 20 months ago
I for one always appreciate these threads and use them every keynote!

For people that dont "get" it, the point of these is to bookmark them before the event and then after the live announcement you just go straight to them and then you're able to watch the keynote unspoiled without having to go to the main page and seeing the news. It's like a safe bunker from the apocalypse.

Where I live, the keynote is 3am so I just wake up around 7am and refresh these threads until the keynote is live and avoid the rest of the internet in the meantime. Then once I've watched the keynote, go to the Apple website and look at the porn shots and full specs.

Then go onto the forums and read all the reactions and salty Fandroid tears
Rating: 6 Positives
Posted: 20 months ago
If you want to stay spoiler free, just bookmark voidness' keynote checker and stay the **** away from this thread.

Too many a-holes nowadays, that has to spoil the fun.
Rating: 5 Positives
Posted: 20 months ago

I'm confused about the spoiler-free part. So basically it would report on the keynote without any mention of what's being presented, such as this?

Tim Cook takes the stand.

"I'm here to introduce the **********. It's revolutionary. It's made out of ******* and ****** and it's only **mm thick."

Wow... Sounds awesome.




they never use the word "thick"...they always say "thin" lol
Rating: 4 Positives
Posted: 20 months ago


I've been spoiler free since 2006, and I'm proud of it! :)


Can't compete with Ted Mosby - He's spoiler free since '93!
Rating: 2 Positives
Posted: 20 months ago

why not use the fact that itunes is in EVERY home to have a propaganda channel for apple ads, apple product launches etc. and stream live.


That's a very good idea - in fact, I'm surprised Apple haven't done it.
A 24 hour streaming Apple channel.. product guides, hardware guides, software tips, tons of ads obviously, AND keynotes live.

They have the resource. Why not have their own TV channel?!!
Rating: 2 Positives
Posted: 20 months ago

These threads always give me a chuckle. This is a RUMORS (aka spoilers) site after all.


There's a difference in how rumors were a few years ago and today- and macrumors posted a story on it yesterday. the rumors are now direct leaks and dimensions and photos. Basically, takes away all of the fun of watching the keynotes as there is often very little new information to be mined. A few years ago you'd have a few somewhat reliable sources speculating based on some vague comments pieced together from 4 different interviews of Steve Jobs or some sleuthing developers who caught an odd line of code referencing something that hadn't yet been announced.

The leaks are getting out of hand.
Rating: 2 Positives

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