All eyes on Cupertino: Apple will livestream next week’s big reveal

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Next week’s Apple event at the Flint Center promises to be one of the biggest tech announcements of the year with both the iPhone 6 and iWatch expected to make appearances, and to make it even more exciting for fans, Apple just announced it will stream the entire keynote live.

Apple’s event will kick off on September 9th at 10 a.m. Pacific at the Flint Center in Cupertino. Fans will be able to view a live-stream of the event on Apple’s website.

To view the Apple livestream user will need to use Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X 16.6.8 or later. The stream will also be available on Apple TV via a dedicated channel. Cult of Mac will be covering the event live from the Flint Center so make sure to stay tuned for an onslaught of hands-on goodness and coverage when the event kicks off next Tuesday.

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21 responses to “All eyes on Cupertino: Apple will livestream next week’s big reveal”

  1. Tanner says:

    Does this usually mean they’ll have it streaming on Apple TV as well?

    • vishal says:

      Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 5.0.2 or

      • Tanner says:

        It’s not an issue of software or hardware, just if Apple is going to have their little “Special Event” app or whatever its called that they add to the Apple TV when they have something going on.

  2. Alexander F says:

    A countdown under a sundial themed announcement. I wonder what they could be announcing…

    • Tallest Skil says:

      Why on Earth have people deluded themselves into thinking this is a sundial?

      • Alexander F says:

        Because as a graphic designer, this is exactly what I would have done if I were hinting at a watch of sorts. The recent reports from NYT. WSJ and most notably KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo have all given fairly good cause to believe that we will hear something about the iWatch sooner rather than later.
        So until Tuesday, let’s hold back on the word “deluded” because that makes it seem like there has been nothing said about the iWatch.

      • Tallest Skil says:

        Who says they’re hinting at a watch? Who says this is even hinting at a sundial? It’s delusion–at best it’s Pareidolia.

      • Alexander F says:

        Designers don’t just decorate. We will find out Tuesday.

      • Tallest Skil says:

        That’s… not a reply.

      • Tallest Skil says:

        You realize that sundials haven’t been in use for centuries, right? You… ARE aware of this? MCK and the NYT are garbage. They have always been garbage; they have always been wrong. I’m making no statement as to the existence of the iWatch here, just that they are useless when trying to establish anything remotely close to fact.

      • Brian says:

        //You realize that sundials haven’t been in use for centuries, right? You… ARE aware of this?//

        You seem like a really nice person.

      • Tallest Skil says:

        Look, just answer the questions. If you can’t do that, there’s no shame in it, just don’t be a moron. But there’s nothing in the article that says “sundial”, and there’s no reason to associate a sundial with what would be the reinvention of the concept of a watch in the first place. Heaven’s sake.

      • Brian says:

        //… don’t be a moron.//

        As I said, really nice person.

      • Tallest Skil says:

        Your argument is “don’t state things truthfully”. I fail to see how you’ll ever improve yourself if you’re not told the truth. I see you continue to refuse to answer the questions.

      • Brian says:

        Are you confusing me with someone else?

      • Brian says:

        I have no argument. I was merely commenting on your friendly approach to discussion, based on your conversation with Alexander. If you want me to answer your questions to him about sundials, I’m afraid you’re going to be disappointed.

  3. ilweardadamwatch says:

    We’ll, honestly, I’m surprised I’m even gona say it, but that countdown thing is screaming iWATCH. Time, time and time. Or, it can just be a simple countdown. However, Apple itself looks kind of nuts for the event. I mean, a huge countdown, the message and the add to calendar thing….Hope they leave up to all the hype and give a fancy demonstration in that weird white building. -anddddd that it self could just be a shiny new white dungeon for Jony Ive to hypnotize us with a new product video. Who knows.

  4. Bob August says:

    >user will need to use Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X 16.6.8 or later.
    Damn ! I’m stuck with OS X 10.9…. ;-)

  5. Corbin Jay Fawver Mcguire says:

    OS X 16.6.8….?

  6. Traian says:

    I’m pretty sure the clue in the timer suggest the iWatch, because of course the timer and the shadow of the Apple just like a Sundial.

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