Apple is going to launch its new iPhone tomorrow and the whole event will be streamed on YouTube. Till date, Apple was a bit shy over sharing the event on major streaming platforms. Last year Apple expanded the iPhone 10 launch event stream on twitter.
With the YouTube stream, a lot more people will be able to join the party and hopefully get interested in the products and services Apple is going to unveil.
From 2015 only Apple and Windows users were able to watch the iPhone launch event because of the browser limitation. Apple only supported their own Safari and Microsoft’s Edge browser back then. But since last year WWDC Apple also added Chrome and Firefox to their whitelist.
The event will start at 1 PM ET /10 AM PT on Tuesday, September 10th and we already have some assumptions about the product and services Apple will launch. The most interesting product is obviously the iPhone 11 lineup, but Apple might surprise us with something different.