Apple is holding its annual iPhone event tomorrow at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET. We expect the company to announce its new iPhone 11 lineup of phones. There are rumored to be three new models including an iPhone 11, 11 Max, and 11R. The new phones should include faster processors and improved cameras. We could also see the debut of a new Apple Watch Series 5 or at least an updated version of the current Series 4. In addition, we should get the official release date for iOS 13, tvOS, and watchOS 6, and the launch date and price of the Apple TV+ streaming service.
There are plenty of other rumors and speculation on what else Apple will announce tomorrow, too. Personally, I am hoping for a new updated Apple TV box to compliment the other announcements. But if you want to watch the event live and find out for yourself, here’s how.
How to Watch the Apple iPhone 11 Event
Catching all or part of the event tomorrow should be easy for most people as it will be available on a variety of platforms. First, starting with its own Apple Events page on the web and on iOS devices via Safari. Or, if you have an Apple TV device, you can watch it live from the Apple Events app.
If that isn’t a viable option for you, for the second year, you can watch the event live on Twitter via Apple’s feed. The company sent out the following tweet last week which is embedded below:
— Apple (@Apple) September 4, 2019
And, for the first time ever, Apple is streaming the entire event on YouTube which you can view below.
Apple is expanding the availability of its live events so more people have access. This will make it easier for anyone to watch it live. You won’t need to worry about having the correct browser or device. If you can’t catch it live, no worries, Apple always makes it available on its events page to view after the fact.