Video stream for next Apple event: October 2011

The Apple event of the year is kicking off tomorrow October 4th, 2011 titled “Let’s Talk iPhone”, and it brings it to our attention to ask if it is about time that we had HD video stream of Apple events.

Every year Apple holds its events and we all see live blog streams online, but we never see a live video HD stream, you can see such events on video after the event has happened over on Apple’s website but that is it.

Surely in this day and age with all the top technology that is available, you would think that we would get live HD video streaming direct from tomorrow’s event. But a live video feed during the Apple press conference would be something customers would love to see, live blogs are great with images but 2011 needs full motion video in high definition.

Each year we cover all the news via the event, last year we reported on all the iPhone 4 news, and this year is going to be hot with the iPhone 5 and possibly the iPhone 4S announcements, iOS 5 will most definitely be given all its glory tomorrow evening at 6PM GMT (London) time, for all the worldwide times for the Apple event please visit here.

Surely it cannot be hard for media news groups to turn up at the Apple event tomorrow with an HD video recorder, and start a live stream online.

We here at Phones Review have not come across a site online that produces live video streams of the Apple event, if there is such a thing could you please let us know where to visit.

Please do let us know if you would like to see HD video stream for the next Apple event starting tomorrow (October 4th, 2011).

Would you like to see live video streams in HD covering the Apple event tomorrow?

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11 thoughts on “Video stream for next Apple event: October 2011”

  1. Reply
    :-) says:

    I agree 100%.

    I guess Apple is afraid attendance could be harmed if they did this. Not that it would, of course.

    Only logical explanation I can think of.

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      Anonymous says:

      Not having a live video stream is a strategic choice and has nothing to do with technical capabilities (obviously).

      Not showing live video makes the event more exclusive, adds to the hype and the anticipation and is a clear part of Apple’s storytelling

  2. Reply
    giuseppe esu says:

    I really awaited that Apple would stream its event live. I thought it could turn to be a good advertising method, apart from the big interest of all Apple’ fans.

  3. Reply
    Carl says:

    I swear they did live streaming for one event a year or two ago, I remember trying to watch it on my iPhone but it wouldn’t do it over 3G!

  4. people had live streaming going with the WWDC, just a couple of dudes and a cam at the event. Worked pretty well, so I don’t see why it can’t be done again.

  5. Reply
    Anonymous says:

    Not having a live video stream is a strategic choice and has nothing to do with technical capabilities (obviously).

    Not showing live video makes the event more exclusive, adds to the hype and the anticipation and is a clear part of Apple’s storytelling

  6. Reply
    Anonymous says:

    Not having a live video stream is a strategic choice and has nothing to do with technical capabilities (obviously).

    Not showing live video makes the event more exclusive, adds to the hype and the anticipation and is a clear part of Apple’s storytelling

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