You’d think with Apple being able to create two gorgeous new iPhones and all, Tim Cook and co would’ve made sure that the live stream for the launch of the iPhone 6 was actually working, but, alas, it got off to a shaky start immediately, as live viewers (including us) were left constantly refreshing the page to tune into the event.
At the beginning of the event, two music tracks were playing simultaneously over each other. Then, it just kept switching to an annoying screen – seen above – telling us what should’ve been going on. When the stream did work, we were getting a Chinese audio translation playing over it.
Obviously, many angry iPhone fans have taken to Twitter to vent their frustrations. iJustine’s made us laugh!
I’m more in shock at this awful attempt at a live stream than the new iPhone #AppleLive
— iJustine (@ijustine) September 9, 2014
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