Apple will be announcing new iPhones, iPad Pro, Apple Watch and other devices today at a special event hosted at Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park, Cupertino. Apple will be live streaming the event over the Internet. Here is how you can watch it on different devices and platforms.
Watch Apple’s September 2018 event live video stream
The event will start at 10am PDT on 12 September. You can check here for your local timings.
You can catch the event on the below websites, platforms and devices:
This is a first for Apple, but it seems the event will be live streamed on Apple’s Twitter account. Simply follow Apple on Twitter, like the Tweet below, and you should be notified when the event starts.
— Apple (@Apple) September 10, 2018
To watch the event on Windows 10, you can use Microsoft’s Edge browser, or the latest versions of Chrome and Firefox. This is the link you need to access in either of these browsers.
Open up Safari, Chrome or Firefox on macOS 10.12 or later, and access this link to watch the event.
For Chrome and Firefox on both Windows 10 and Mac, make sure that you are on the latest versions.
iOS Devices (iPhone and iPad)
Simply open Safari on either of these devices and go to Apple’s website to watch the live stream.
Apple TV (2nd, 3rd and 4th generation)
If you have second or third generation Apple TV, make sure you’re on software 5.0.2 or above. You should see the Apple Events channel on your home screen, which will stream the event. If you Apple the fourth generation Apple TV (4 or 4K), download Apple Events app from tvOS App Store for free, and tune in when the event starts.
Other Media Players
If you do not want to use a browser or are on a platform where the streams will not work, you can download VLC player and access the steam via a direct URL. You can download VLC for Android from Google Play Store. Open VLC, and from settings, choose Open Network Stream. Enter this URL to start watch the stream.
With so many ways to watch the Apple event, make sure you do not miss out on some of the biggest announcements of the year. We will be covering the event too, so stay tuned.