While there will be no iPhones, today’s special Keynote event is still worth being excited for. From new Apple Watches, iPads, updates to Apple services, and a new service bundle called “Apple One,” it’ll be a jammed pack event.
This year’s event exactly like WWDC will be live-streamed from Apple Park with no-in person crowd. Given, there are multiple ways for you to tune into Apple’s event.
YouTube Live Stream
Apple first live-streamed one of its events on YouTube starting with the 2019 September keynote address. Since then all events have included a livestream on YouTube allowing for even more viewers to tune in. This year’s event is no different. Viewers can tune into the live stream here beginning at 10 AM PT.
If you have an Apple TV you can head over to the Apple TV app and watch the event from there. Previously there was a dedicated “Apple Events” app, however, Apple has merged it with the Apple TV app. Users on macOS Catalina or older can also find the event within the Apple TV app.
Alongside YouTube and Apple TV, Apple will broadcast the event via a livestream on its official website. In order to view the live stream on a PC, you’ll need Windows 10 or later and Microsoft Edge. It’s also watchable on any Apple device.
Viewers in China
Given restricted access to YouTube and other websites in China, Apple will livestream the event on Bilibili, iQIYI, Tencent, and Youku for Chinese viewers.
Follow Along Apple Terminal’s Live Coverage
Apple Terminal will be covering the event in its entirety right here on appleterm.com, and on our Twitter. Alongside live tweets, breaking news updates, and more, we’ll give you deep insights, reviews, and commentary along the way.