Webcast of Steve Jobs' MacWorld Keynote to be delayed with 9 hours

Posted on Monday, Jan 10 2005 @ 22:51 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Apple CEO Steve Jobs will deliver the keynote speech for MacWorld Expo in San Francisco tomorrow morning at 9:00 AM Pacific Time.

But reports have reached us that this year there won't be a live webcast of Steve Jobs' keynote speech. Last few years users were always able to watch a live webcast of this event.

Apple said it will cast the keynote, but it doesn't plan to do so until 6:00 AM Pacific time - which is nine hours after Jobs' keynote.

The reason for the delay is unknown.

Source: MacWorld


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Re: Webcast of Steve Jobs' MacWorld Keynote to be delayed with 9 hours
by Anonymous on Tuesday, Jan 11 2005 @ 01:45 CET
It looks like the LSD is getting to your head. I count 21 hours by the time you've mentioned.



  • Reply by Anonymous on Tuesday, Jan 11 2005 @ 19:05 CET

    Different time zones you nincompoop