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How to watch live as the new iPhones are revealed at today’s Apple Event

Apple Special Event — September 10, 2019

The annual Apple September event is always one of the biggest in the year and the reason? New iPhones. But there’s usually more than just iPhones, and this year alongside a potentially new Apple Watch, there may be a reveal of a new MacBook Pro, a new iPad, as well as the official release of iOS 13, iPadOS, and more.

Check out our guide on what we expect to see at Apple’s September event, and read on to find out how you can watch it live from the comfort of your home, work, or just about anywhere. Here’s how to watch Apple’s September event.

When is the event?

Apple’s big event is set for September 10, starting at 10 a.m. PT ( 1 p.m. ET), and the venue is the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park in Cupertino, California.

Watch the Apple event on YouTube

In a surprise move, Apple is finally streaming the event on YouTube, making it even easier than ever before to watch the momentous occasion. Click the video above to watch it on your phone, desktop, or laptop in the YouTube app or YouTube desktop site. It streams from Apple’s YouTube channel.

How to watch the Apple event on a PC or Mac

Apple stopped limiting the live streams of its events to the Safari browser last year, so Windows users have some options. Simply head over to Apple’s events webpage shortly before the event starts.

There will be a few requirements devices will need to fill before they’re able to watch the official live stream though:

  • Safari on Mac running MacOS 10.12 Sierra or later
  • Microsoft Edge on a PC running Windows 10

It should also work on newer versions of Google Chrome and Firefox that support MSE, H.264, and AAC.

On an iPad or iPhone? Just use the Safari browser to navigate to the Apple events webpage, and you should have no trouble watching it.

How to watch the Apple event on an Apple TV

If you’d rather watch the Apple event stretched out on your couch like you’re binging on the best Netflix shows, then Apple has an option for you. To watch the September event on Apple TV, download the “Apple Events” app from the TV App Store, and tune in just before it’s due to start and select the live stream.

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