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Apple just published the video of the tribute to Steve special event at the Apple Campus on October 19, 2011. So kind, that the Apple folks are sharing the event with us. Thanks. It’s really moving.
Here’s the Quicktime video stream of this years WWDC 2011 keynote about Mac OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud … and how it all works together. So, tune in to see Steve Jobs, Phil Schiller and Scott Forstall presenting the newest software developments.
This years WorldWideDeveloperConference WWDC 2011 sould out within 8 hours. So, bad luck if you’ve been on a transatlanic flight at that time. Today, the lucky ones of the iOS & Mac developer community, who managed to get a ticked this year, gather at the Moscone West Center in San Francisco. Probably, Apple will share the videos of all of the WWDC sessions for free with their registered iOS & Mac developers, like they did last year. And even if the Cupertino guys won’t stream Steve Jobs keynote live, we’ll get a video stream short after the event. For real live coverage we can rely on the all those people blogging from the keynote. The keynote begins at 10:00 AM PST (07:00 PM CET) and there are a lot of things to cover: The next version of Mac OS X called Lion, the next version of iOS for iPhones & iPads and Apples new cloud service iCould.
Here’s my link list for live coverage of the event:
As soon as the keynote is available as a Quicktime stream, you’ll get an update here
Great to see Steve Jobs on stage again. The presentation is about three blocks of information:
But I only can recommend to watch Steve Jobs, Scott Forstall, Randy Ubillos and Xander Soren on the Quicktime streaming video yourself. Sorry PC-folks: The streaming video requires Safari 4 or 5 on Mac OS X Snow Leopard or Safari on iOS 3 or later.
Today, October 20th at 10 AM PST (07 PM CET), Apple invited the press to their “Back to the Mac” media event in Cupertino, California. iPhone, iPad and the iPod are quite important … but there sure are the MacBooks, MacBook Pros, the iMacs, the Mac Pros and the Mac OS X as a base for all the success. So it’ll be quite interesting to watch what Steve Jobs will present us today.
As Fortune reported, viewing the live stream requires Safari on Mac OS X 10.6 or an iPhone/iPod touch with iOS 3.0 or better … or an iPad.
Stay tuned for the Live Streaming URL.
[UPDATE] Here’s the live stream: http://www.apple.com/apple-events/october-2010/