Apple has posted the streaming version of today's iPhone 5 event. Eventually we expect YouTube and iTunes Podcast versions as well, but for now, if you've simply got to see it immediately, hit up apple.com and start your streams.
Source: Apple.com (opens in new tab)
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Wish it is closed captioned because I am deaf... It seems it is not in YouTube yet, where it has CC.
I can only hope it's that it takes more time for them to get it transcribed. I see that WWDC was CC'd...and that's it. Hm. Now I'm wondering if those other keynotes were CC'd on YouTube, while not in iTunes. Surprising difference. My interest is just curiosity, though.
apple is the best in world i think nobody can complaint about iphone and ipad
I wrote a blog about the iPhone 5 contains all the details just translated Blog
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