Apple will live stream its iPhone 11 reveal on YouTube
2019-09-09
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Up until now, it's been tricky to watch Apple's events, with the tech company often making the live streams purely available on Apple.com and to Safari users only. Following the move to to Twitter last year however, Apple seems to be opening up further still and will be live streaming the upcomin

Up until now, it’s been tricky to watch Apple’s events, with the tech company often making the live streams purely available on Apple.com and to Safari users only.

Following the move to to Twitter last year however, Apple seems to be opening up further still and will be live streaming the upcoming iPhone 11 reveal on YouTube for the first time ever.

The event is set for 10 September at 5pm GMT and will take place at the Steve Jobs Theater in California. As usual nothing is set in stone prior to the event, but rumours suggest three different iPhones are going to be presented – the iPhone 11 Pro, 11R and 11 Max – as well as new features like its 3D time-of-flight camera and in-display fingerprint scanner.

Tune in for yourself on 10 September at 5pm GMT.