It’s iPhone day! In a matter of moments, Tim Cook will take to the stage at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino and officially reveal the iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5, and a whole lot more. If you haven’t been invited to the party, don’t feel too down − the entire presentation is going to be live streamed, so you can tune in and whoop and cheer at all the right moments.
Anyone who’s ever tried to live stream an Apple event in the past will know that the company used to have really strict system requirements. However, that’s not the case for tonight’s event, oh no! You can tune in to this evening’s iPhone 11 launch through YouTube.
The event is scheduled to kick off at 6pm BST, which is 10am local time in California, where the event is being held. However, the live stream is likely to start a little bit ahead of time. So if you’ve got nothing to do between finishing work and 6pm, you can fire it up early and… soak up the atmosphere?
Just hit the Play button in the video embedded below, or follow this link.
These events typically last around two hours, so if you’re in it for the long haul, we’d recommend having some tasty snacks at the ready.
Love it or hate it, Apple’s iPhone launches are pretty much always the biggest event in the tech calendar, and this time around we’re expecting the firm to pull the covers off three new models: the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
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If wearables are more your thing, we could have the Apple Watch 5 and AirPods 3 to look forward to, and even if you’re not interested in buying new hardware, may we interest you in the release of iOS 13, macOS Catalina and WatchOS, and announcements surrounding Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade and the UK launch of Apple News Plus?