Tomorrow, September 10th, is the big day – Apple is holding the annual iPhone reveal event where we expect the iPhone 11, Apple Watch Series 5 and other products to be announced. If you can’t make the event, you can live stream it.
It was announced just days ago that Apple would be streaming the event on YouTube. Normally, a Keynote video is published days after the live stream, which isn’t usually held on YouTube, for users to watch. This year, on any web browser or device with the YouTube app, you can stream the event, by going to this link, watching live below, or searching for the Apple channel.
Apple is once again providing a live stream through their official Twitter account, and you can go to https://twitter.com/Apple to join the video when it’s live tomorrow. It will work through a web browser or iOS device with the Twitter application installed.
You can watch the event on an Apple TV without streaming it from an iPhone. Open the App Store, and search for the Apple Events application. Once installed, open it and when it goes live, the stream will be available to watch at the click of a button. You can also watch back the video when Apple publishes it.
iPhone, iPad or Mac
If you have a device running iOS 10 or later, open this link in Safari and it will take you to the Apple Events webpage. You can stream the event by viewing the video player on this page. On Mac, just visit the same link in Safari.
Stay up to date with Apple TLD tomorrow – we hope you enjoy the event!