Tuesday is the big day for Apple fans.
The virtual event will be streamed live from Apple Park headquarters in Cupertino, California, at 10 a.m. PT/ 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday. Because of the pandemic, it’ll once again be an audience-free affair.
If you’re eager to learn more about the iPhone 13 when the info first drops, you have a few options to tune in live.
The first place to go is Apple.com. The company’s website lets you set a reminder to your calendar that includes a link to the event.
The livestream will also be on YouTube, on Apple’s official page. There’s already an event scheduled for Tuesday. Hit the reminder button to get a notification when it starts streaming on YouTube.
On Twitter you can get reminders from Apple about the iPhone event. Just “heart” the tweet above and you’ll get watch info and links in your notifications. How handy.
For those with an Apple TV, you can use that Apple Events app on the main menu. The September event will be presented there so you can watch on a bigger screen. (It’ll also be on the desktop Apple TV app if you want to watch on your computer.)
You can also ask Siri. If you have an iPhone or Mac with the digital assistant, ask “How do I watch the Apple event?” It’ll respond with event basics and suggest you open Apple.com.
ที่มา : Mashable