This is how you follow the livestream of the Apple October 2021 event

Tonight at 19:00 (Dutch time) the next Apple event will take place. Apple will then present the completely renewed MacBook Pro and there will undoubtedly be more product revelations. Stay tuned via the livestream of the October event 2021!

Livestream Apple Event October 2021

The MacBook Pro is waiting for the biggest update in years. We’ve heard a lot of rumors about it in recent months. What the new MacBook looks like and what the specifications are, Apple will reveal tonight from Cupertino. In our article with the Apple October event expectations you can read what else Apple will probably present.

Tonight it is again a virtual product presentation. Tim Cook’s company makes a slick video in advance, which will be broadcast from 19:00. This is done, for example, via the above live stream on YouTube. We expect the event to last a little over an hour.

Apple event livestream via the Apple website

The 2021 Apple October event can be seen live on YouTube (via the stream above), but it can also be viewed via the official Apple website. That’s how you do that:

  • iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with iOS 9+ (via this link)
  • Mac with Safari on macOS 10.11+ (via this link)
  • PC with Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 (via this link) or Google Chrome/Firefox on other devices

Watch October Event 2021 live on Apple TV

Apple’s revelations can also be viewed live on an Apple TV. With the latest cabinets (the 4K Apple TV and fourth-generation Apple TV), you can watch the event via the Apple TV app. This is installed by default on your Apple TV.

With an Apple TV 2 (from 2010) and Apple TV 3 (from 2012) you can see the keynote via a special channel. This channel will appear automatically tonight where you can follow the event live. With the first generation Apple TV (from 2007) it is not possible to view the presentation.

Stay informed via iPhoned

Of course does iPhoned report of the Apple event! On the website we will inform you in detail about all announcements from Apple. Also follow our channels to stay informed:

  • Twitter: live report of the event
  • Facebook: Talk to others about the announcements
  • iPhoned app: Get push notifications on breaking news and our roundup
  • Newsletter: Special iPhoned newsletter with a summary of the revelations

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