Apple will stream the iPhone 14 launch “Far Out” event on September 7 live at 10:00 a.m. Pacific time from the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California. Interested individuals from around the world can watch the event live on any device: Apple, Android, and Windows.
Viewers in different time zones will have to configure their local times to the event to watch it on any one of the listed channels on the scheduled date for free.
Here is how to stream the new iPhone 14 September 7 event on any device
The global audience can watch Apple unveil new products on September 7 on the following streaming platforms live and for free:
Apple TV: Users can watch the event via the Events app on the set-top box. Go to Watch Now, and tap on the event’s logo to start viewing.
Apple.com: The event will be live on the company’s official online store’s Events page. Forgetful users can also easily add the event to their calendars directly from the website.
Apple’s Official YouTube channel: Viewers of any device can stream the event live on Apple’s official YouTube channel. A timer is already set in real-time on the platform.
The new iOS 16 and macOS Ventura updates are also expected to be released after the event. However, this year iPadOS 16 update is delayed because of certain features’ performance issues.
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