The annual Apple September event is always one of the biggest of the year and the reason? New iPhones. But there's usually more than just iPhones, and this year may be next to a possibly new Apple Watch, a new MacBook Pro, a new iPad and the official release of iOS 1
] Find out here in our Explainer what we expect at the September Apple event. and read on to find out how to watch it live from home, work or anywhere. Here's how to watch Apple's September event.
When is the event?
Apple's big event is scheduled for September 10th and starts at 10:00 am (CET). Venue is the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park in Cupertino, California.
Viewing the Apple Event on a PC or Mac
Apple stopped limiting the live streams of its events to the Safari browser last year, giving Windows users some options. Just visit the events website of Apple shortly before the start of the event.
There are some requirements that devices must meet before they can see the official live stream. Apple has not yet made it available, but here are the requirements of last year:
- Safari on Mac with MacOS 10.12 Sierra or higher
- Microsoft Edge on a PC with Windows 10
It should also be on newer versions of Google Chrome and Firefox support MSE, H.264 and AAC.
Viewing the event on an iPhone or iPad
It's only natural that you can see Apple's event on its leading devices. As with previous methods, the requirements are confirmed closer to the date, but we assume that the requirements of the previous year are met. This means that you can view the event in the Safari browser with iPads and iPhones running iOS 10 and higher. Considering that these are the most modern devices, you should not have too much of a problem.
How to Watch the Apple Event on an Apple TV
If you go for the best Netflix shows, Apple has an option for you. If you want to watch the event on Apple TV in September, download the Apple Events app from the TV App Store, stop listening just before it starts, and select the live stream.
This article will be updated as soon as specific information is available for browsers and iPhones.