Here is how you can watch Apple’s keynote live today

By Shaoor Munir on
September 12, 2018
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Apple is holding its keynote event today in which the Cupertino tech giant is expected to launch three new iPhone models, a new Apple Watch and a few other accessories.

Apple’s keynote will kick off at 10:00 PM Pakistan Standard Time (you can use this link to convert it into your local timezone)

Apple has always made sure to live stream its events for the general public to help them easily follow Apple’s announcements. This year is no exception either. There are a number of different ways through which you can follow Apple’s keynote depending on which platform you are using. Here a few different ways to stream Apple’s live event:

Through a browser

If you have access to a browser then you can easily hop on to Apple’s Event Website to live stream the event. Although Apple warns users through a disclaimer that the stream works best on either a Safari browser running on an Apple device or Microsoft Edge browser on a Windows 10, it should work on most modern browsers regardless of the platform being used. The stream requires the browser to support MSE, H.264, and AAC to work properly, something which is standard in the latest versions of most desktop browsers.

On an Apple TV

If you have an Apple TV and want to watch the event from the comfort of your TV lounge, you can download the “Apple Events” app from App Store to watch the broadcast once it kicks off.

Through Twitter

Apple is also planning to live stream the event through Twitter, so those users who are unable to watch the stream elsewhere can log in to their Twitter accounts and follow Apple’s announcements.

TechJuice will be covering major announcements by Apple throughout the event, so keep checking the site and our social media channels to keep track of everything that Apple announces today.

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