Apple publicly filmed its live stream on March 25 early this time and annoyed curious onlookers by occasionally picking up the curtain to reveal something …
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The stream apparently plays a live feed from the Steve Jobs Theater. However, it is most likely a prerecorded video equipped with faux CRT CGI effects. There are about five different camera angles going through.
You can admire the structural workmanship of the underground architecture, but nothing else happens. At least usually nothing happens.
Occasionally the curtain opens and Apple starts to play on the big screen of the theater.
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We saw a video of a Twirling lady, footage of macOS Flurry screensavers, and even two missed calls from "Chris Evans," the actor known for his role as "Captain America." which is also claimed to be working on an original TV project for Apple.
The event starts for real on March 25 at 10 pm PT. When the announcements take place, we have a full coverage. So stay tuned to 9to5Mac.