Apple’s upcoming Hi, Speed iPhone 12 launch event is on October 13th, and you (and everyone else on the planet) can secure a seat at the ring right at home. Next week, Apple will be unpacking the iPhone 12 series, the newest mobile phone, and the first 5G-enabled iPhone. Are you curious? There are several easy ways to keep track of the event.
When is it?
Apple’s Hi Speed event is scheduled for Tuesday, October 13th and will be streamed online at 10 a.m. PST (1 p.m. ET). Apple typically doesn’t waste much time on these events, but does take at least an hour to watch the event.
How to watch
There are several ways to follow the event. How you see it depends on what devices you have access to at the time. Rest assured there should be an option for you.
Apple Events website
On the Apple Events website, which runs from the Apple website, you can watch the event live on your Mac, iPhone, iPad, PC, or any other device that can run a web browser. You can watch from your favorite browser including Safari, Chrome, Firefox and other major browsers. Simply navigate to the Apple Events website at the time specified for your geographic zone. You can even go to the website today to add an event reminder to your calendar.
Apple TV app
On or before October 13th, you’ll see an Apple TV app section for the live event stream that you can view on any device running the Apple TV app. This allows you to see what’s going on on Apple TV®, your iPhone or iPad, your desktop Mac, and some smart TVs. If you have an Apple TV, the Apple TV app makes it easy to find and watch. Apple hasn’t updated the Apple TV app with the new event yet, but it’s coming soon.
What to expect
We expect Apple to launch five new iPhone models, including a standard iPhone 12, a larger iPhone 12 Max, an iPhone 12 Pro, and an iPhone 12 Pro Max. An iPhone will also replace the old iPhone SE 12 Mini, which is aimed at the smaller number of cell phones. All new phones will feature Apple’s latest A14 chip and even a design update, possibly with a more angular design with fewer frames and more screen. The new models may also have updated cameras.
When you might be able to get your gloves on on a new phone, the rumor mill has gotten going that only the standard iPhone 12 models will likely be available soon – maybe even next week – while the Pro -Models may drop a few weeks later.
It is possible that Apple will take the opportunity to launch some other highly anticipated products like AirPods studio over-ear headphones, an AirTags tracking device from Tile, and a cheaper HomePod mini smart speaker . This may be because Apple recently removed third-party speakers and headphones from the Apple Store shelves.