Apple’s much-awaited iPhone 12 ‘Hi, Speed’ event is scheduled to go live today. Apart from the eagerly anticipated smartphone lineup, we’re also expecting a bunch of other announcements like the HomePod Mini, new over-ear headphones, and more.
The event is scheduled to take place on October 13 at 10:00 PDT. If you’re not sure about the time, we will let you know the event start time in your region of residence.
Apple’s iPhone 12 event start time in your time zone
Like all its other events, the tech giant will be live streaming its iPhone 12 event today. The live stream will be available on Apple’s website, the Events app on Apple TV, and even YouTube so you can watch it from any platform and on any device that you like.
The time zones of a number of cities in correlation with the event are mentioned below. Simply, find the city where you live and note the time mentioned on its right to find out the iPhone 12 event start time for that time zone If you don’t find your city on the list, then head over to TimeandDate to find out at what time the October 13 event will start in your time zone. You can also find the local start time of the event below.
The Cupertino tech giant announced the new iPad 8, iPad Air 4, Watch Series 6, and Apple Watch SE last month, so these will not be part of the upcoming event. Instead, we may potentially see the new Macs with Apple Silicon, HomePod Mini, AirPods Studio, and, the company might also announce its AirTags.
You can also catch the updates live on iThinkDiff as we will be covering the event extensively. Furthermore, any new software updates or new products announced will be covered as well, so be sure to stay tuned.
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