Apple Teases Tomorrow's Special Event With Humorous 'Live Stream' of Steve Jobs Theater

Apple is teasing its media event tomorrow with a tongue-in-cheek "live stream" of the Steve Jobs Theater on its website.


We've been watching the stream at a glance for around six hours now, over which time we've seen everything from people cleaning the stage to a video of a dancer to an incoming iPhone call from Captain America actor Chris Evans. Marvel fans will be disappointed to hear that Apple missed the call.



Update: NBA star Kevin Durant may be at the Apple Event tomorrow based on the latest teaser of an iMessage conversation with Tim Cook. Apple is working on an original series about Durant's early life for its streaming video service.

Apple's keynote begins at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time on Monday.

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14 months ago
So...services is where you’re gonna be now, Apple?


End of an era, truly... We are gonna see more and more mediocre hardware, until the day you stop making hardware altogether.
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14 months ago

Netflix be tremblin'.

I highly doubt that.
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14 months ago
I’m not sure what to expect tomorrow. Nothing I’ve seen in any rumors indicates anything I’d be interested in. It all seems so.....boring.

Makes me wonder if Apple actually has something surprising in store, because what I’ve seen so far doesn’t impress.
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14 months ago
8 days too early for an April fools joke
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14 months ago

They need all the publicity they can get....
Not good.

I’m not sure how it’s possible that reading a forum post has made me dumber, but I guess this hot take is just that stupid.
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14 months ago

If you want watchable content, you have to look towards the older shows (for the most part). From what I have seen of the new stuff, it lacks any witty repartee, depth, or longevity. It seems a lot of the shows today cater to those who love to see constant dysfunction (in the extreme), listen to canned laughter after every line, and shorter series seasons.

And what’s with “music” today? It’s just noise!

Get off my lawn!
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