The Apple Special Event for the iPhone 11 and the Apple Watch Series 5 is going to kick off tomorrow. Many Apple fanatics are excited about the event this Tuesday because it’s all about the best smartphone in the world, which is the iPhone. The event goes live at 10 am PDT, on September 10th, 2019.
But in order to see the iPhone 11 and the Apple Watch Series 5 unveil this Tuesday, we have one more thing to add onto our Apple event schedule. We need to find the ways that we can live stream the September 10th Apple Special Event on our devices. So whether you’re going to watch it at work with your iPhone or at your home Apple TV, there are many things that you can stream the event.
First of all, the most common streaming method is to watch it from the Apple website, which can be found at the link here. You can also add a reminder to watch it on iCal, so you won’t miss the event. The event can be streamed on the latest versions of Safari, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Firefox. Make sure to bookmark the webpage on your browser and connect your iPhone or computer to a stable Internet connection.
Next, if you are planning to stay home and watch it on your Apple TV, then download the Events app to your Apple TV. This app can be found in the App Store for free. If you have a third-generation or earlier Apple TV, then the app should pop up automatically when the event day comes closer. Open it a few minutes before the event, sit back, grab some snacks and drinks and enjoy the event.
Thirdly, Apple will be live streaming the event on YouTube for the first time. The company has already put up the video on Friday, which is 4 days before the Apple Special Event comes by. This is a perfect streaming method if you don’t have an Apple TV or if you’re watching from your computer that doesn’t support the live streaming on Apple’s website. The live stream video is embedded here:
Lastly, if you can’t watch the event live, then you can check out the live blogs on many Apple media websites. These include 9to5Mac, Macrumors, AppleInsider, CNET and many other companies. These pages will have editors and Apple fans writing notes on the event while they watch it. This is an ideal alternative to live streams in case you have a poor Internet connection to stream the video.