For the first time in many years, Apple is offering live stream video of their keynote. This is a indication from Cupertino giants to present something really great and exciting. Although, of course, bear in mind that Apple was building a 50,000 square meters Data Center in North Carolina. Who knows if Steve Jobs inaugurate this transmission, showing its stability and capability to forward such amount of data at a time.
Here is the press release:
“Apple will broadcast its event on September 1 with their own technology leader in live streaming HTTP, which is based on open standards. To watch the stream you will need a Mac using Safari on Mac OS X 10.6, iPhone, iPod Touch or an iPad. The transmission will start at 10:00 am (local time) on September 1 and you can follow through www.apple.com
Apparently then, you can not follow the stream from Windows OS based systems, Linux, Android, WebOS, or any other operating system, so keep your Apple devices are ready and enjoy the show!