IPhone 11 Launch Event: How To Watch Live Stream Of Apple Event Online


How to watch iPhone 11 launch live stream: We show you ways to catch a glimpse of the event on your Android, iOS smartphones and desktop computers in real-time

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:
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It's that time of the year when Apple launches new iPhones. Apple is all set to refresh the 2019 iPhone line-up today. The company is hosting a launch event in Cupertino, California. The event kicks off at 10 am PDT (10:30 pm IST) in the company's iconic Steve Jobs Theater. But for those who cannot be present physically at the event venue, Apple is offering a live stream of the event. While Apple is only hours away from announcing new 2019 iPhone models, we show you ways to catch a glimpse of the event on your Android, iOS smartphones and desktop computers in real-time.

For those looking forward to streaming Apple's upcoming launch event on-the-go in real-time, it is no longer limited to Twitter or Apple's official website. Apple is extending the availability of its event live stream to YouTube for the first time.

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How to watch iPhone 11 launch live stream on YouTube

Apple all set to stream the iPhone 11 launch event on YouTube. This will be the first time that Apple is streaming its event live on YouTube. This move is likely to help Apple boost the viewership of its launch live stream. Last year, Apple expanded the visibility and availability of its live stream to Twitter. Now, Apple wants more people to watch the event live on YouTube this time around. Gradually, Apple has been increasing the availability of live stream to more platforms in recent years. If you want to watch the iPhone 11 live stream on YouTube, we have embedded the video right in this article. So, you need not go anywhere else.

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How to watch iPhone 11 launch event on Windows 10

Since 2015, Apple started allowing Windows 10 users to access the live stream using Edge browser. Initially, Apple restricted its live streams to Edge and Safari web browsers. That changed after Apple started to allow Chrome and Firefox users to access its live stream since the WWDC 2018. You can also access the live stream using VLC. All you need to do is grab the video URL and put the video link to VLC's third-party network stream. Open VLC > Media > Open Network Stream > Media. Here, insert the video URL. The URL will look something like this:  https://appleliveevents-i.akamaihd.net/hls/live/222436/18oijbasfvuhbfsdvoijhbsdfvljkb6/master/2500/2500.m3u8. We might update this post once we have the URL in this format for today's event.

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