Watch Live: How to Stream Apple’s iPhone 13 Event ‘California Streaming’ Apple event: Time, live stream, how to watch, iPhone 13 news, release date
Apple’s highly anticipated “California Streaming” virtual product launch event is Tuesday.
The tech giant is expected to show off its newest devices.
Here is how to watch the event online and the products to look out for, including the rumored iPhone 13 and the Apple Watch Series 7.
How do I watch the livestream of Apple’s event?
The livestreamed video presentation, called “California Streaming,” is set to broadcast at 1 p.m. EDT. It is expected to be the lead up to the next iPhone.
You can watch the livestream on Apple.com or on the Apple TV app. You can also watch the livestream via YouTube.
CNET, for example, is hosting a livestream covering the event starting at 12:30 p.m. — 30 minutes before the event is set to begin.
The event is largely expected to be a showcase for the iPhone 13, the Apple Watch Series 7 and the rumored AirPods 3.
The event might show improvements to the new iPhone’s design, camera and other specifications, although the company has not publicly discussed plans for the devices.
The most dramatic change for the new iPhones is the ability to send a text in an emergency when there is no cell service. However, the phones are still expected to rely on 5G wireless technology for routine calls and text messages, according to CNET.
In the market for a new iPhone? Apple is set to unveil its next-gen smartphones at a virtual event on Tuesday. Things kick off at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET and you can stream the event live on YouTube (embedded below), or on Apple’s website.
The ongoing pandemic means Apple is once again forced to make this “special event” an online-only affair. But expect the usual cast of characters, from Tim Cook to Craig Federighi, who will give us the low-down on Apple’s next-gen iPhones.
We expect the latest smartphone lineup to be the iPhone 13 (iPhone 14 rumors notwithstanding). We have a full rundown on what the rumor mill is saying about Apple’s new iPhone, but you only have to wait a few more hours to separate fact from fiction.
Also likely to appear: the Apple Watch Series 7, and maybe some updated AirPods. Typically, new iPads and Macs have appeared at a separate, October event, but you never know. Apple might mix things up.
Tune in on Tuesday for all the details; we’ll be covering it all on PCMag.com.