Apple has announced its ‘Hi, Speed’ iPhone 12 event for October 13th. While the new iPhones may not interest you, there are plenty of other things Apple will unveil at the event, including the HomePod mini and possibly the AirPods Studio, and more. Since Apple will be holding the ̵
While Apple has always streamed its product events, the company has now also started streaming them on YouTube so that more people can watch them from home. In the past, people were forced to use Safari or other solutions to watch the live broadcast of an Apple event, but with YouTube streaming available, that is no longer the case. If you’re excited about Apple’s upcoming “Hello, Speed” event and want to see it live, check out how you can do it below.
When does Apple’s iPhone 12 event start on October 13?
Apple’s ‘Oh, Speed’ event is scheduled to start at 10:00 PDT on October 13. The event will be streamed live from Apple Park. Find the local start time for the iPhone 12 event here.
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How to Watch Apple’s iPhone 12 Event Live
This is the best way to capture Apple’s Hi, Speed ’iPhone 12 event on October 13, no matter what platform you use. The company has already made a video entry on its YouTube page, and you can use the ‘Set Reminder’ feature to remind you of the main key before it starts.
In case you do not want to use YouTube, there are other options that you will find below.
Windows users can also officially stream the event live on their PC. But there is a limitation. You can only do that if only in the Microsoft Edge browser that comes with Windows 10.
If you are using Windows 10, you can point Microsoft Edge to the following URL – https://www.apple.com/apple-events/
If you own an Apple TV, you can use the Events app in the streaming box to capture the October 13 event live. Just go to the See Now tab and select the “Hello, Speed” event from the list.
iPad, iPhone or iPod touch
You can go to Apple’s live broadcast page to catch the October 13 ‘Hi, Speed’ event live. However, make sure the iPhone is running iOS 10 or later.
You can always go to Apple’s live stream page in Safari to see the live stream as well.
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