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How to watch Apple’s ‘Unleashed’ event tomorrow

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  • Apple will hold a virtual Apple Event tomorrow.
  • The event will likely introduce upgraded MacBook Pros and more.
  • Here is a guide on how to watch the event from home.



Apple will be holding a virtual event on Monday, October 18, at 10 am Pacific Time. It is important to note that this event will happen on a Monday, unlike most Apple Events which take place on Tuesdays. It is expected that Apple may unveil new products such as Apple Silicon MacBook Pros, a new Mac mini, and AirPods 3rd generation.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event will take place online like past events this year and last year. There are many ways to watch the event, even if you don't have an Apple Device.

Watch on the Apple Events website:

You can access the Apple Events website from any web browser. It works on iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC, Android, and more. Navigate to www.apple.com/apple-events/ when you are ready to watch. The event will be streamed live there and will be available on-demand afterward.

Watch on YouTube:

Apple will also stream its ‘Unleashed’ event on YouTube. For many, this will be the simplest way to watch since the YouTube app and website are available on almost any device. The placeholder video is already up, and you can visit it now to set a reminder to watch the event live.

Just like on the Apple Events website, the video will be available on YouTube live and on-demand afterward.

Watch on the Apple TV app:

Along with these other options, the Apple Event can also be watched live through the Apple TV app on compatible devices. On event day, Apple will add a prominent Apple Event section where you can watch the event. The Apple TV app is available on Apple devices as well as select smart TVs, streaming sticks, and the ​​Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation 4 and 5. A full list of supported devices can be found here.

Apple Scoop Coverage:

Follow along on Twitter and follow @AppleScoop for live updates throughout the event. In-depth articles will follow, and more coverage will be available on Instagram @theapplescoop and our website throughout Event Day.




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