How to watch Apple’s October 13th ‘Hi, Speed’ event live

Apple’s ‘Hi, Speed’ iPhone 12 event is going to take place today, October 13. Even if the upcoming iPhone lineup does not interest you, there are several other things that Apple will be unveiling at the event including the HomePod mini, the AirPods Studio, and more. Since the tech giant will be holding the ‘Hi, Speed’ event virtually, it will be live streaming the event for all to watch.

While the Cupertino tech giant has always live-streamed its events, the company has recently started streaming them on YouTube so that more people can watch them from the comfort of their home. Previously, users had to watch the live stream via Safari or use other workarounds to access an Apple event. However, with YouTube streaming available, that’s no longer the case.

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How to watch Apple’s upcoming ‘Hi, Speed’ event live

If you are excited about the announcement of the upcoming iPhone 12 or if you just want to watch the Cupertino tech giant’s ‘Hi, Speed’ event to stay updated, check out how you can do so below.

1. YouTube

This is the best way to watch the ‘Hi, Speed’ event on whichever platform you use. The tech giant has already made a video listing on its YouTube page and you can use the ‘Set Reminder’ function to remind you about the keynote before it starts.

2. Windows 10

Windows users can also live stream the event on their PC officially. But there’s a caveat. You can only do it if only on the Microsoft Edge browser which comes with Windows 10.

If you’re on Windows 10, then point Microsoft Edge to the following URL: https://www.apple.com/apple-events/

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3. Apple TV

If you own an Apple TV, you can use the Events app on the streaming box to catch the October 13th event live. Simply go to the Watch Now category and select the ‘Hi, Speed’ event from the list.

4. iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch

You can go to Apple’s live stream page to catch the October 13th ‘Hi, Speed’ event live. Make sure that your iPhone is running iOS 10 or newer.

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5. Mac

You can always go to the tech giant’s live stream page in Safari to catch the event live stream as well.

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