Apple’s keynote event for September 4, 2018, was a huge success, with hundreds of thousands of people tuning in live from multiple platforms.
However, the live stream on Apple TV didn’t go down so well, with users being able to see the Apple Watch running the whole event.
This, combined with the fact that Apple’s website crashed when the event started, resulted in Apple TV viewers being unable to watch the event live on the Apple TV.
Here’s what happened.
When Apple TV users attempted to watch their event on the device, they were redirected to a live stream from Apple TV, which didn’t work, causing the live feed to stop functioning.
It took Apple some time to fix the problem, but it was not completely resolved by then.
The Apple Watch has many of the same problems as the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and many users are still struggling to watch events live on Apple Watch.
As the live Apple TV stream became more difficult to watch, it took Apple a little while to resolve the problem.
Here is the full Apple Watch livestream that failed, and here is a screenshot of the stream on iOS 11:A few hours after the livestream ended, the Apple Event Live website crashed again, causing Apple to announce that they had “resolved the issue.”
The outage did not affect the live event, and it is unlikely that Apple is taking any further action.
Users are now unable to stream events live from Apple Watch because the app has been forced to reboot after each outage.