Apple to stream WWDC 2013 keynote to Apple TV, official website

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  • Reply 21 of 85
    davemcm76davemcm76 Posts: 265member

    Quote:

    Originally Posted by markbriton View Post



    6pm in the UK. Just tying to work out how I can sneak out of work early without my boss noticing image


     


    That was exactly my thought.... I've got a 5:30pm finish and a 35 minute drive home so I should just about get in for the start if I bend a few speed limits along the way and don't hit too much traffic :)


     


    Can't wait to see what Jony's influence in iOS is like and what OSX is bringing in 10.9 :) 

  • Reply 22 of 85
    curtis hannahcurtis hannah Posts: 1,703member
    Can you play the event from IOS, or Mac OS?
  • Reply 23 of 85
    dick applebaumdick applebaum Posts: 12,505member
    markbriton wrote: »
    6pm in the UK. Just tying to work out how I can sneak out of work early without my boss noticing :)

    No AppleTVs at the office or the local TechPubs?
  • Reply 24 of 85
    ifij775ifij775 Posts: 470member
    Can you play the event from IOS, or Mac OS?
    Yes, with Safari, according to the press release..
  • Reply 25 of 85
    Can i streaming the event in my PS3?
  • Reply 26 of 85
    Expect a dive In AAPL tonight after WWDC .
  • Reply 27 of 85
    macxpressmacxpress Posts: 4,724member

    Quote:

    Originally Posted by MacHarry de View Post



    Haha. Everybody without Apple TV, buy one. Haha


     


    Or you could just watch on your Mac...


     


    Haha. Everybody without a Mac, buy on. Haha

  • Reply 28 of 85
    nasseraenasserae Posts: 3,152member
    Awesome!! I will be watching it on my Apple TV and hope their servers keep up.
  • Reply 29 of 85
    andysolandysol Posts: 2,506member
    I think myself and most people are expecting way too much out of apple today. iOS and OSX could literally be all that's announced.

    But here we are with people thinking we'll get Apple TV iOS, MacBook pros, airs, iMacs, minis, Mac pros, airports, redesigned iPad and an outside shot of a retina mini. Some even think there's a a potential Apple TV upgrade or iWatch.

    I'm going to re-tame my expectations to iOS, OSX, and one of the above to be satisfied. Otherwise, it's simply unrealistic.
  • Reply 30 of 85
    anantksundaramanantksundaram Posts: 18,881member
    Expect a dive In AAPL tonight after WWDC .

    Normally, I would agree with you. But I am betting it's going to go the other way today. (At least, that is what my options position is hoping....)
  • Reply 31 of 85
    paxmanpaxman Posts: 4,589member

    Quote:

    Originally Posted by DaveMcM76 View Post


     


    That was exactly my thought.... I've got a 5:30pm finish and a 35 minute drive home so I should just about get in for the start if I bend a few speed limits along the way and don't hit too much traffic :)


     


    Can't wait to see what Jony's influence in iOS is like and what OSX is bringing in 10.9 :) 



    You can do it without breaking the speed limit. Buy a roll or sticky tape (unless you have a dash holder) and tape your iPad / phone to the dash. Now you can watch while driving. best of both worlds.... I think.

  • Reply 32 of 85


    bitch please, for the other people windows , linux users go to http://www.ustream.tv/ltktv


     


    and yes, we dont have Apple Tv , Macs ...and other apple device. and yes we can watch it.


    bye bye.

  • Reply 33 of 85
    charlitunacharlituna Posts: 7,198member
    Normally, I would agree with you. But I am betting it's going to go the other way today. (At least, that is what my options position is hoping....)

    Nope dive sounds right. If they don't announce eveythng from the rumors then there was a 'delay' and that'll be seen as bad.

    If they do, then at least one thing was a stupid move (copying MS etc). Bad

    If they don't announce something that wasn't in the rumors then they failed in their secrecy claims. Bad.
  • Reply 34 of 85
    paxmanpaxman Posts: 4,589member



    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Andysol View Post



    I think myself and most people are expecting way too much out of apple today. iOS and OSX could literally be all that's announced.



    But here we are with people thinking we'll get Apple TV iOS, MacBook pros, airs, iMacs, minis, Mac pros, airports, redesigned iPad and an outside shot of a retina mini. Some even think there's a a potential Apple TV upgrade or iWatch.



    I'm going to re-tame my expectations to iOS, OSX, and one of the above to be satisfied. Otherwise, it's simply unrealistic.


    Par for the course, I'm afraid. As soon as everything that has been endlessly foretold is announced this forum (and every tech article out there) will announce their disappointment at the lack of Wow!. 

  • Reply 35 of 85
    theothergeofftheothergeoff Posts: 2,076member

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    Originally Posted by MacHarry de View Post



    Haha. Everybody without Apple TV, buy one. Haha


    buy 2... you'll need them.


     


    luckily I got 2 (guest room and main theater).  My wife can still watch her stuff (I won't say the source, but let's just say Transmission is my friend) Airplaying from her iPad into the the 5.1... I guess I'm off to the guest room for lunch today;-)

  • Reply 36 of 85
    chabigchabig Posts: 622member


    The news here isn’t that Apple will stream the keynote. The news is that this is another example of the app as a channel. If Apple is going to take our TVs down that road, this will serve as a demonstration to the media giants that Apple's technology works.

  • Reply 37 of 85
    isaidsoisaidso Posts: 750member


    This is probably the biggest surprise of the whole event.


     


    Meowwww!

  • Reply 38 of 85
    theothergeofftheothergeoff Posts: 2,076member

    Quote:

    Originally Posted by anantksundaram View Post





    Normally, I would agree with you. But I am betting it's going to go the other way today. (At least, that is what my options position is hoping....)


    Apple is up on the rumors 20 minutes into the trading day... my guess it will dive this afternoon....


     


    and then... trickle up the rest of the month.   last year it dropped 1% WWDC week, then went up 5% the next month.


     


    Same for the 2011.


     


    Same for 2010


     


    Same for 2009.  For those whose long term memory is faltering Apple was at 144 June 5, 136 June 12 (WWDC keynote June 7), By the end of July it was 163 (+20% in 6 weeks).

  • Reply 39 of 85
    herbapouherbapou Posts: 2,214member

    Quote:

    Originally Posted by GTR View Post



    Brothers in Australia, enjoy your 3.00 am rise!





     


    If they go flat they better come out with something great, like NOT making everything flat. 


     


    And we better have more than just OS updates and new MBA. I really don't know how the fanboys can stand seeing Apple going down the toilet with almost no innovation.  Incremental updates with parts not even design by Apple is not innovation. After 9 months they must have something up there sleeves. Otherwise, well they are just bad, really bad.

  • Reply 40 of 85
    techguy911techguy911 Posts: 267member

    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Andysol View Post



    I think myself and most people are expecting way too much out of apple today. iOS and OSX could literally be all that's announced.



    But here we are with people thinking we'll get Apple TV iOS, MacBook pros, airs, iMacs, minis, Mac pros, airports, redesigned iPad and an outside shot of a retina mini. Some even think there's a a potential Apple TV upgrade or iWatch.



    I'm going to re-tame my expectations to iOS, OSX, and one of the above to be satisfied. Otherwise, it's simply unrealistic.


    Likely just iOS and OSX, at most 1 new hardware announcement. 


     


    I just care about iOS, we need a big update with some exciting changes and features.  If it's another iOS version with 200+ new features on paper, but basically looks and works the same, I'm gonna be disappointed.

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