Apple will be streaming the September 10 event for its iPhone 11 on YouTube. This marks the first time the Cupertino-based company will be making a live keynote available to watch on the platform.
Apple Event Live
Apple Events has also been updated ahead of time, which means users will now be able to have it streamed from the Apple website. Set the reminder so you’ll be notified when the event goes live on Tuesday.
The exact name of the newest 2019 iPhone has not yet been revealed, but we can expect it to be announced during the event. Apple has been exploring ways on how their major events can be accessed by a wider audience. Their last effort was on the iPhone XS event, which was streamed live on Twitter.
The September 10 event will be held in the Steve Jobs Theater and will begin 10 am PDT. Aside from the iPhone 11 reveal, we can expect details regarding future devices and services as well.