There will be no surprises for those who intend to follow the New York keynote live. The event will in fact be transmitted both via satellite and via QuickTime, therefore using the traditional means of dissemination which in the past have allowed the people of the Apple to have an immediate view of the new products.
As for satellite transmission, for now, the data available disclosed by Apple are those concerning the USA
Satellite: Telstar 5 / Transponder 19 in the KUS band Orbital 97 degrees west Transmission frequency: 12053 MHz Polarity: Vertical
Audio subcarrier: 6.2 and 6.8
Satellite: Galaxy 3R / Transponder 5 in the CS band Orbital: 95 degrees east Frequency: 3800 MHz Polarity: horizontal Audio subcarriers 6.2 and 6.8
In Europe, Apple usually spreads its signal using Eutelsat. There are few doubts that he will do it again this time (some events related to the live broadcast are already scheduled) even if at the time of writing the transmission data are not known. Macity is trying to get accurate data from Apple that shouldn't be much different from the past. Macprof had published an exhaustive guide to the reception of keynotes some time ago, a guide that made valid in its substance and to which we invite you to take a look.
The easiest and cheapest way to follow the keynote live to obviously use QuickTime. Apple offers a page that you can now insert in your bookmarks.
But to get a complete view of the Expo, a live report of MacWorld, previewing products with exclusive images and in-depth services Macity will be your main resource. Four of our journalists will in fact be in New York continuing a tradition that began some time ago and which has allowed the Italian public to have a close and complete look at the most important Mac event on the east coast.