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Apple to stream its September 10 Special Event on YouTube for the first time

09 September 2019 0

For the very first time, Apple will also stream its upcoming September 10 event on YouTube. Apple has already set up the streaming on YouTube to run on the mentioned date. The setup clearly shows Apple will stream the event on YouTube on September 10, at 10 am PDT.

The description reads,

Cupertino calling. Join us for an Apple special event live from the Steve Jobs Theater on September 10 at 10 a.m. PDT. Set a reminder and we’ll send an update before the show.

YouTube stream will bring more audience to the event as anyone could watch it from their comfort. You can either stream it from mobile or laptop, however, you like. Note that last year, Apple also extended its iPhone event stream to Twitter and gathering more watchers than before. This year as well, we are seeing a new addition. Apple’s event streams used to be limited to Safari and Edge on the desktop and later on, Apple opened them up to Chrome and Firefox eventually.

Together with YouTube, the usual streaming channels, like Apple’s website and Apple TV, will continue to stream this event as well.

Apple is expected to bring new iPhone models along with a few other new hardware as well, including the new Apple Watch Series 5, Apple Tag to find lost belongings, new Apple TV hardware. Also, expect to hear about the software side of things, including the arrival of iOS 13, iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS, the HomePod, and macOS 10.15 Catalina.

Curb your curiosity as we are just a few hours away from the launch event.


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