Apple is holding an event in a mere few hours dubbed “Gather Round” to unveil a ton of new products. You can read everything we’re expecting to be unveiled here, but the premise should be new iPhones, Apple Watches, and accessories. Of course, any tech launch (especially by Apple) is exciting to watch in person, but not many people have that luxury (including myself). Therefore, if you’d like to witness the announcements live, there are a few ways to do so.
For one, you can go to www.apple.com/apple-events/september-2018/ to watch the keynote from Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Mozilla Firefox on iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, and more. Alternatively, you can visit Twitter where Apple will be broadcasting its event for the very first time on the platform. You can also watch it from the Apple Events app for Apple TV. For whatever reason, Apple still isn’t broadcasting to YouTube, but considering just how much more of a reach Apple’s own stream has now that it’s expanded beyond Safari and Edge exclusivity, it’s a pretty safe bet you’ll be able to watch the keynote unfold from any device.
Things kick off today at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. Be sure to stay tuned to Matridox for all the latest news from Apple’s big event.
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