Whenever Apple hosts an event, they typically make it available for live streaming. However, in the past, the company has made it exclusive to their platforms, where you could either only stream it on an iOS device or a Mac device using their Safari browser. Apple has since slowly expanded its availability, where last year’s event could be watched live on Twitter.
This year, it seems that Apple will be trying to widen its audience as much as possible as and for the first time ever, Apple will be making its upcoming September iPhone event available for live stream on YouTube. This kind of removes all the restrictions that were previously in place, allowing anyone to watch the stream on any device and on any platform.
Apple is expected to launch three iPhones this year similar to last year. There will be a successor to the iPhone XR 2, which is rumoured to come with the dual camera setup, an upgrade over its predecessor. There will also be successors to the iPhone XS and XS Max, both of which are rumoured to come with a triple camera design.
Unfortunately, those hoping for 5G on this year’s iPhones will be disappointed as the feature is only expected to arrive in 2020. If you want to check out the live stream on the 10th of September, you can bookmark this page and check out the video below.