|Samsung Taunts Apple's Livestream Failure|
|by Tom McGregor||Thu, Sep 11, 2014, 09:11 PM|
Apple recently hosted a star-studded marketing event to introduce their latest gadgets to the public. Nevertheless, the livestream broadcast of the event faced a serious technical glitch.
According to Fox News, "Apple has been hit with plenty of criticism after the tech giant’s livestream of its big product on Tuesday ran into technical problems. Even Samsung has jumped on the bandwagon, exploiting its rival’s livestream woes in a video posted on YouTube."
Apple fans could not watch the livestream for 30 minutes on the Internet.
As reported by Fox News, "The tech giant’s Apple Watch and iPhone 6 launch was the most eagerly anticipated tech event of the year, with more than 2,000 journalists, Apple employees and technology experts packed inside the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, Calif., to hear the news. Celebrities such as Gwen Stefani and Will.i.am were also in attendance, and rock giants U2 closed the event by performing a song from the band’s new album."
Samsung is the leading rival to Apple in the global smartphones market.
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