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How to watch the September 2021 Apple Event

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  • A special Apple event will take place on September 14.
  • New products, including the iPhone 13, are expected to be announced.
  • You can watch the event on iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, Linux and other smart devices.



Apple will be holding a special event on Tuesday September 14, it has announced. It is expected to unveil the iPhone 13, AirPods 3 and Apple Watch Series 7, alongside other small announcements.

Due to the ongoing health situation, the event will take place online and is free for anybody to stream. Since the introduction of the Apple TV app on games consoles and smart TVs, there are now many ways to watch the event, even if you don’t own an Apple device.

Apple TV app

The Apple TV app comes as standard on the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and Apple TV. It will be possible to watch the event through the Apple TV app, either by searching for it in the app, or tapping the link on the homepage.

It is also available to download (or may come built in) on third-party streaming devices and smart TVs. As well as Xbox One models and Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 4 and 5, the Apple TV app works on:

  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Google TV
  • LG (2018 and later)
  • Sony (2018 and later)
  • VIZIO (2016 and later)
  • Samsung (2018 and later)
  • Roku
  • Devices with Android TV (full list)

Apple.com and AirPlay

You can stream the event directly from Apple.com and watch it back afterwards. This works in Safari on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac, and also in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge (Chromium).

If you have a device that supports AirPlay 2, including all Apple devices (running iOS 12 and macOS High Sierra or later) and most recent smart TVs, you can watch the event that way. Additionally, if you have a Mac running macOS Monterey, you’ll be able to use it as a larger display to AirPlay content from another device.

Other methods

  • Apple will stream the event on YouTube and usually starts the stream at least 24 hours in advance.
  • You can use Twitter to get reminders from Apple nearer to when the event is about to start.




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