We are just a few days away from Apple’s fall announcement event, scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 12, which will be one of the most important events in Apple’s recent history.
The company is largely expected to debut the highly anticipated iPhone 8 (a.k.a., the iPhone Edition or iPhone X), and with a revolutionary new design and a slew of advanced features, Apple’s premium flagship is likely to change iPhones forever. Apple is also rumored to debut an iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, as well as a LTE-equipped Apple Watch Series 3 and possibly an Apple TV with 4K and HDR streaming capabilities.
Suffice to say, you won’t want to miss it. The keynote will start at 10 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Here’s how to stream it.
How to Stream Apple’s Keynote on iOS, Mac, or PC
For Mac, PC and iOS users, you’ll be able to stream the keynote directly from Apple’s website.
1 Open a supported web browser (more on that below).
2 Then open the following link.
3 Alternatively, copy and paste the following link into your web browser: apple.com/apple-events/september-2017
Note: the stream will only be available to Mac users running Safari. Similarly, for PC users, you’ll need a Windows 10 computer and the Microsoft Edge browser to watch the keynote.
iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches should be able to stream the event using Safari without any problems.
How to Stream Apple’s Keynote on Apple TV
If you own an Apple TV, the process for streaming the event will be a little different. Namely, the keynote will be available directly in the Apple Events app (the app has already been updated with art and information related to the upcoming stream).
1 Go to the Apple TV’s App Store.
2 Download the free Apple Events app.
3 Open the Apple Events app.
4 From here, the keynote will be available on the app’s home page.
5 Alternatively, if you already have the app but don’t see anything relating to the upcoming event, you can “force” an update by going to the App Store, searching for Apple Events, and selecting “Update.”
Second-, third- and fourth-generation Apple TV owners should be able to watch the event without issue.