On September 7, 2022, at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time, Apple event will be holding an event for the public as well as the press about internet streaming media. During the event, which has been given the name “Far Out,” the firm is anticipated to introduce its new iPhone 14 range in addition to an Apple Watch Series 8, a bigger Apple Watch “Pro” that is focused on fitness, new AirPods Pro earbuds, and maybe even other goods. Here is how you can watch it and when you can view it, no matter where in the globe you are.
The event that will take place on September 7 may be seen in a variety of ways, the specifics of which are provided below. In addition to that, we have included a helpful guide that outlines when the event will take place in your local time zone.
Website for Apple Events
You may see the event in real-time on a Mac, iPhone, iPad, personal computer (PC), or any other device that has a web browser by going to the Apple Events website. The Apple Events website is compatible with the most popular browsers, including Safari, Chrome, and Firefox.
To watch, you only need to use a web browser to go to www.apple.com/apple-events/ at the proper time. You may go to the website right now to put a reminder about the event in your calendar.
Apple TV App
On the Apple TV, Apple once offered a separate application for Apple Events; however, in preparation for WWDC 2020, this functionality was included in the main Apple TV application. On the day of the event, there will be a prominent area inside the Apple TV app devoted to the live broadcast, and users will be able to view it on any device on which the Apple TV app is installed.
This applies to some smart TVs, streaming gadgets, gaming consoles, and Apple products such as Apple TVs, iPhones, iPads, and Macs. If you own an Apple TV, downloading the Apple TV app is one of the most effective methods to view the event while it’s happening live. The Apple TV app has not been updated to reflect the recent event just yet, although the company is likely to do so in the near future.
Apple also intends to broadcast the event live on YouTube, which is likely to be the simplest and most time-effective way to view it. This is due to the fact that the YouTube live stream can be accessed on every platform on which YouTube can be accessed, which encompasses the vast majority of platforms, ranging from consoles and smart TVs to handheld devices and tablets.
On YouTube, Apple has placed a placeholder for the event that will take place on September 7, and you can go there right now to create a reminder for the event via YouTube.
When to Watch the Apple Event
As usual, Apple’s event will begin at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time. Other time zones are mentioned.
- 7 a.m. HAST
- Alaska, 9 a.m. AKDT
- 10:00 a.m. PDT Cupertino, California
- 10:00 a.m., Phoenix PDT 10:00 MST Vancouver, Canada
- 11 a.m., Denver MDT
- 12:00 p.m., Dallas CDT
- 1:00 p.m. Toronto, Canada, 1pm EDT 14:00 EDT Halifax, Canada ADT
- Brazil, 14:00 BRT London, UK — 16:00 Berlin, Germany, 17:00 BST CEST
- 19:00 Paris, France CEST
- 17:00 Cape Town, South Africa SAST
- Finland, 20:00 8:00 p.m. EEST Istanbul, Turkey TRT
- Dubai, UAE—9 p.m. GST
- 10:30 p.m. IST
- 12:00 a.m. Tomorrow WIB
- 1:00 a.m., Shanghai Singapore CST: 1:00 a.m. Next day, Perth, Australia, 1:00 a.m. Hong Kong AWST following day: 1:00 a.m. HKT the following day: 2:00 a.m. Tomorrow’s KST
- 2 a.m., Tokyo Adelaide, Australia, next JST: 2:30 a.m. Sydney, Australia, ACST following day: 3 a.m. Auckland, New Zealand — 5:00 a.m.