Wi-Fi Overload At Apple WWDC, Just Finally Start Video Streaming The Keynote Live

Posted: Jun 7 2010, 1:17pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:32pm CDT, in News | Apple


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As reported earlier, one of Steve Jobs online demos on the iPhone 4 failed. The reason for it is that there are 570 Wifi base stations in the audience. The whole place is overloaded. Health hazard? Anyway, Steve Jobs asked the audience to switch off Wi-Fi devices so he can show his demos.
This means that most live blogger have to stop their coverage.

The whole liveblogging is getting out of hand and Apple should finally take the consequences and broadcast their events via live video. Obama can do a press conference live and so can Steve Jobs.
Arstechnica is still updating via SMS messages.

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