With new initiatives like its Independent Repair Provider Program and Apple Music’s web player, it seems Apple is aiming to make its offerings more accessible. The American tech giant has just announced that it will be streaming its iPhone 11 event on YouTube for the first time ever, expanding the event’s audience from just exclusive goers to global spectators.
This announcement follows last year’s event when Apple took its event to Twitter with live updates on the platform’s feed. This time around, Apple enthusiasts will get to see Tim Cook and the team at Steve Jobs Theater unveil the iPhone 11 alongside a bevy of new iOS updates in streaming video format. According to sources, fans can expect three different iPhones to be presented, the iPhone 11 Pro, 11R and 11 Max, alongside rumored features like its 3D time-of-flight camera and in-display fingerprint scanner.
Those eager to see the upcoming event can tune into the livestream on September 10 at 1pm EST.
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