Apple is about to launch a slew of new products: a new iPhone 14, AirPods Pro 2, and a set of Apple Watches. This Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET, for the first time in years, the event will be held in person, with CEO Tim Cook taking the stage at his Apple Park campus to show off the new devices. Learn how to follow the event, which will be streamed live by the company across multiple platforms.
It is not yet clear exactly what this live broadcast will look like. Since the pandemic, Apple has started broadcasting live events that looked more like TV shows, with high production value and special effects – but the company could return to the more traditional format of showing its staff speaking on stage.
The most straightforward way to watch and follow along on YouTube. In addition to offering a live stream, the platform allows you to subscribe and thus receive notifications that will appear when the live stream starts.
Another facility is that the YouTube stream is usually available to watch as a recording right after it ends – useful if you want to revisit some point or miss the stream. The broadcast will take place on Apple’s official channel.