Apple ‘Far Out’ event on September 7 iPhone 14: How to watch live, best options

Apple is preparing to unveil the iPhone 14 series on September 7 tomorrow at its “Far out” event. Apple is hosting the event in person two years later – the last two iPhone launches were online only due to the situation with Covid – at its Cupertino campus. Apple’s event will also be streamed live on Apple’s official website and on its YouTube channel. For those who want to watch the launch of the Apple iPhone 14, here you can do it.

Apple’s “elusive” event: timing

Apple’s “Far Out” event takes place at 10.00 AM PT (Pacific Time). For viewers based in India, that means late night at 10:30pm. Apple keywords are usually two hours or long, so expect the event to last until 12.00 AM or 12.30 AM. But Apple usually keeps it on point with these launches, so don’t be surprised if they’re finished in an hour and a half or so.

Apple iPhone 14 Live Streaming: Best Choice for iOS, macOS and iPadOS Users

The official Apple website is the best choice for users who have an Apple device whether it is an iPhone, iPad or MacBook. Apple users can stream the event live on the official Apple website. You can stream the event to the Safari browser from the Apple website. Users can also watch the event on the Apple TV app, which is part of most Apple devices.

Apple iPhone 14 Live Stream: Non-Apple Users

Apple’s event can also be watched on its official YouTube channel. The event is scheduled to take place tomorrow at 10:30 PM IST. We have included the link below.

Apple’s ‘elusive’ event: what else to consider

Apple’s event will focus on the iPhone 14 series, the new Apple Watch Series 8, the new Apple Watch Pro and AirPods Pro 2. Apple is said to be ditching the iPhone mini in favor of a new model that might be called iPhone 14 Max or iPhone 14 Plus. While the non-professional variants are expected to be powered by the A15 Bionic chipset, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone Pro Max will feature the A16 chipset. Apple will also announce the Watch Series 8 with a new design, larger battery, larger screen, and other features.


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