Security Is To The Max For Apple’s Live Event on Tuesday, September 9th
I don’t what is going on over at Cupertino headquarters but, whatever it is, it is going to be huge when Apple unveils its new products on Tuesday.
The security is so tight – 24-hour surveillance – and everyone associated with this event must surrender their phones before they enter the event mothership. It is hilarious and and admirable at the same time!
Here is what is happening on the eve of THE EVENT, courtesy of Cult Of Mac:
“With less than 24 hours to go, security precautions for Apple’s big press event Tuesday have been taken to unprecedented levels.
Apple has wired the entire event auditorium — the Flint Center for the Performing Arts — with a brand new, state-of-the-art security system to lock down access and prevent leaks.
The auditorium is crawling with 24-hour security personnel. Anyone working at the massive show, from caterers to construction staff and technicians, is required to submit their phones to Apple’s security team. The phones’ cameras are being covered in special tamper-proof tape, which changes color if removal is attempted.
“If it changes color, we’ll be fired on the spot,” said one person who is working at the show but asked to remain anonymous”.
You can live stream the Apple Event on your iPad or computer or access the Apple Event App via your 2nd or 3rd generation Apple TV.
Just so you know, I will be doing both. Why? Because that’s how I roll.
Watches, phones, NFC technology – it is all mind-boggling.
And what in tarnation is this mysterious white building erected for this event? Mamma Mia! Paranoia and mystery reigns!