Where to Watch iPhone 15 Presentation Live Broadcast

Where to Watch iPhone 15 Presentation Live Broadcast

Mark your calendars for Tuesday, September 12, as Apple gears up to unveil the highly anticipated iPhone 15. But that’s not all; alongside the new iPhones, Apple is set to introduce the next generation Apple Watch and the AirPods Pro 2 with a Type-C connector.

Apple iPhone 15 Presentation Live Stream

The event will take place in the iconic Steve Jobs Theater, situated at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, Apple Park. The show is scheduled to kick off at 20:00 Moscow time.

You can catch the live stream of the iPhone 15 presentation through various platforms:

Official YouTube Channel: Apple will be streaming the event live on its official YouTube channel. So, if you prefer watching on YouTube, you’re in luck.

Apple Website: Head over to the Events section on the official Apple website, where they will also provide a live stream of the event.

Apple TV Application: If you have an Apple TV, you can tune in to the presentation using the Apple TV application.

As a heads-up, you can already find the broadcast for the “Wanderlust” event on YouTube, complete with a countdown timer to build up the excitement.

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What Devices Will Apple Unveil?

The star of the show will undoubtedly be the four new iPhones, all equipped with a Type-C connector. Rumor has it that the base models will bid farewell to the “monobrow” and introduce the Dynamic Island cutout, similar to the Pro versions from the previous generation.

As for the “Pro” models, expect a slew of upgrades, including a titanium casing, a customizable multifunction key, and configurations with up to 2 TB of memory. However, these premium features might come with a significant price hike.

Beyond the smartphones, the conference will also showcase new iterations of smartwatches. Look out for the Apple Watch Series 9, available in two case sizes, and the Apple Watch Ultra 2nd generation. There are even whispers of a reissue of the AirPods Pro 2, complete with a USB-C connector. If these speculations hold true, it could signify the end of devices featuring Apple’s proprietary Lightning connector.

Also Read: Key Differences Between iPhone 14 and iPhone 15

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