How to stream Apple’s iPhone Special Event on iPhone, Mac, Windows and other devices

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It is that time of the year when everyone is waiting impatiently for one of the most prestigious events in the Apple calendar where it shows off the new iPhone lineup. Thus, this year we are expecting an iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and maybe another iPhone. Along with that, there is also news about the all-new Apple Watch Series 4.

If you want to make sure that you don’t miss out on the latest news, you would want to live stream the Apple Special Event. It doesn’t matter if you have an iOS, Mac, or Windows devices since we are just going to tell you how you can easily live stream the event from your couch.

The easiest method

Whatever device you have, you can just go to Apple’s very own event page over here. On this website, you can easily watch the Keynote live in your native browser. For the best experience as per Apple itself, you should be using Safari, on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 10 or later, as well as with Safari on a Mac running macOS Sierra 10.12 later. Nevertheless, it shouldn’t really matter which device you have since the only thing that is going to matter is your internet connection.

Apple TV Users

In case you have an Apple TV, you should download the Apple Events Application which will make it easier for you stream the Apple September Keynote, and also give you the option for past Apple events. This way if you miss the Keynote, you can still watch it afterward. Make sure you are on the latest version though.

Windows Users

The Keynote webpage is entirely compatible with Microsoft Edge browser since Apple recommends it itself, but there shouldn’t be any problem even if you are using Chrome or Firefox.

VLC Users

In case that you want to stream the event directly using VLC, it is very easy. You just need to enter this URL:


This is the first time that Apple is going to live stream its event on Twitter as well. For that, you would need to like the Tweet below and then Apple would remind you about the stream itself.


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