Apple's September 2015 media event will be kicking off at 10:00 AM Pacific tomorrow, and as is tradition some MacRumors readers who can't follow the event live 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.

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For those individuals, we've posted this news story, which will be updated with a direct 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 Apple's announcements.

Video Posted: A direct link to the video file is now available, with no spoilers.

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Sloppy.Joe Avatar
113 months ago
Spoiler-free*

* Just don't read the comments.
How do we know not to read the comments unless we read your comment?
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JaySoul Avatar
112 months ago
This is my favourite thing about all my years of visiting MacRumors :)
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madrobby Avatar
113 months ago
If you can't wait for videos that show the design process of the new products with that extra dose of pathos, use this soundboard to make your own Jonathan Ive sentences! http://jonyjive.com/
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JP3G1 Avatar
112 months ago
When it comes to WWDCs:

In 2015, show was at 10AM, ended at around 12:24:40, show got on the web at 1:55PM. (91 min.)

In 2014, show was at 10AM, ended at around 11:57:58, show got on the web at 12:14PM. (16 min.)

In 2013, show was at 10AM, ended at around 11:58:38, show got on the web at 12:35PM. (36 min.)

In 2012, show was at 10AM, ended at around 11:54:16, show got on the web at 12:50PM. (56 min.)

In 2011, show was at 10AM, ended at around 11:58:41, show got on the web at 12:57PM. (59 min.)
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AngerDanger Avatar
112 months ago
Fellow passengers, please ensure that your Safari notifications are set to Deny for MacRumors and enjoy your spoiler-free flight.



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JaySoul Avatar
112 months ago
Does anyone know if there is any standing-room at apple events? Even a lobby with public access where you can watch on screens?

I just moved to San Francisco this week, and today I realized that I live 2 blocks from the event! Thought it would be cool just to be there, even if I'm not in the room or anything.

Anyone know?
They've built a tazer into the new iPhone 6S so be really careful.
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