Apple is all set to hold its ‘Time Flies’ event on September 15 next week. Just like WWDC 2020, this will be a virtual event from Apple that will be live-streamed from Apple Park. Apple might not be announcing the iPhone 12 at the event but the company still has plenty of other exciting products that it could unveil. So if you plan to catch Apple’s ‘Time Flies’ event live, find out the starting time of the event in your timezone here.
Apple Watch event: News, Updates and Announcements
Apple updated its events page last week to confirm that it is holding a virtual ‘Time Files’ event on September 15. It was widely expected that the company would be announcing the iPhone 12 lineup alongside the new Apple Watch but reports soon emerged that this is not going to be the case. So, what is Apple going to announce at its September 15th event? Read on to find out.
A few minutes ago, Apple announced a launch event for September 15. The event invitation has a unique ‘Time Flies’ blue-colored Apple logo. And designers have wasted no time to come up with wallpapers based on this new logo.
Apple’s ‘By Innovation Only’ Event Roundup: Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, 7th Gen iPad, Apple Watch 5, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max
Apple concluded it “By Innovation Only” event by unveiling the new iPhone 11, 11 Pro, Apple Watch Series 5, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and much more. Like last year Apple released three new iPhones with upgraded hardware including a triple rear camera setup for iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max.
On September 10th at 10:00 a.m. PDT, Apple will announce the iPhone 11 series alongside the Apple Watch Series 5 at its iPhone 11 ‘By Innovation Only’ event. Like every year, Apple will be live streaming the event so you can watch it live from the comfort of your couch or office on a device you wish.
In just over 48 hours from now, Apple will be announcing the iPhone 11, Apple Watch Series 5, and more. The company’s ‘By Innovation Only’ event is scheduled to take place on September 10th at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park. Wondering the start time of the event in your time zone so that you can watch it live? Find that out here.
Apple has always live-streamed its events via its own website and while it ensures that viewers on all platforms are able to view it, the entire process is not as straightforward as it should be. This time around, Apple will be live streaming its iPhone 11 event on September 10 on YouTube as well.
Apple today had an eventful day, announcing a variety of new services. As usual, the company also had plenty of videos to show off during the event.
For years, Apple was looking to break into the TV industry. Rumors had it that would see the light of day as an actual TV set, but the Services division has emerged dominant.
In just over 24 hours from now, Apple will be holding ‘It’s Show Time’ event at the Steve Jobs Theather in Apple Park. Unlike previous events from Apple, this one will be solely focused on Apple’s services effort and there will be no hardware announcements.