How to watch Apple's iPhone launch event

If you’re interested in streaming the event, you can regardless of what part of the world you’re in

Apple CEO Tim Cook listening to a Barack Obama speech

It’s that time of the year and we are literally ours away from the launch of a new iPhone and some other rumored devices.

If these rumors are correct, a large iPad Pro and Apple TV revamp will be announced at the Apple event holding in San Francisco today.

If you’re interested in streaming the event, you can regardless of what part of the world you’re in:

From an iOS device, you can watch it by directing Safari to apple.com/live. Same goes if you’re using a Mac and this time, Windows users are not left out if you have an Edge browser on Windows 10.

Finally, if you have a second or third generation Apple TV somewhere in your media cabinet, you’ll be able to access the livestream though the “Apple Events” channel.

Otherwise, just stay locked in on Pulse Tech and be sure of steady updates as the event progresses.

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