By this time, most of us are aware that Apple’s iPhone XI series is launching soon. Apple also sent out invites to the media for the September 10 event which is when the smartphones will be launched. Now, we know that the iPhone XI will have triple rear cameras, a notch at the front along with a larger display. We are sure that Apple will still have something up its sleeve when it announces the iPhone XI next week. However, we are here to tell about a major announcement made by Apple regarding its event.
For the first time ever, Apple will be live streaming its event on YouTube as well. Prior to this, we were not even able to see Apple events on Chrome and users were forced to use Edge or Safari browser. But this announcement marks a big difference in Apple’s strategy and shows how popular YouTube has become. It is a fact that tens of thousands of YouTubers are making a living out of YouTube. So Apple wants to have an even bigger audience to witness the unveiling of its new phone.
Since the live streaming is done on YouTube, it will be the first time that everyone will be able to see the event irrespective of the platform. In the previous events, we saw complaints that they couldn’t watch the live stream directly from Apple due to compatibility issues. This should not be the case anymore and we will see a huge number of people watching Apple’s event this time.
The video is already listed by Apple on YouTube where you will see the live stream on September 10. You can also set a reminder so that you get notified when the live stream starts in order to not miss the moment. This event will take place at Apple Park and will start at 10 a.m. PDT or 10.30 p.m. IST.