iPhone 14 Event Livestream

Apple’s iPhone 14 Event Livestream ‘Far Out’

iPhone 14 Event Livestream

Apple has scheduled a Far Out iPhone 14 Event Livestream for Sept. 7 to unveil the new iPhone 14 series. Early rumours point to four models—an iPhone 14, an iPhone 14 Max, Apple iPhone 14 Pro, and an iPhone 14 Pro Max—with a $100 price hike for each.

What does Far Out’s tagline mean? Could it be related to iPhone satellite connectivity? Or, could Apple’s animated iPhone 14 Event Livestream announcement suggest a push towards astrophotography? When? Soon.

Tech it Over will be in Cupertino to cover the Sept. 7 iPhone 14 Event Livestream, but Apple fans may watch live.

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iPhone 14 Event Livestream: when?

The iPhone 14 will be unveiled Sept. 7, 2022, at 10 a.m. PT from Apple’s Cupertino headquarters. Visit a time zone converter to find out when the event will air in your zone (Opens in a new window). Hopefully it’s not late.

Apple to Announce More Than iPhone 14?

No information or rumours about the Far Out event have been confirmed. Unconfirmed reports say Apple will release a new Apple Watch and AirPods Pro. We assume iOS 16 will arrive with iPhone 14, but for everything else, we must wait and watch. We won’t be waiting long.

YouTube

Apple’s official YouTube stream with a holding image became accessible on August 24.
YouTube-enabled devices can watch the launch. Macs, PCs, smartphones, tablets, game consoles, and Androids.

You can view YouTube on your Apple Watch, however it may not be fantastic.

Apple uploaded a holding picture so YouTube can alert you when the event starts. Click Notify on the holding page.

This is the most convenient way to watch the event, given YouTube’s widespread use. YouTube can lag behind other possibilities.

www.apple.com

Other choices include Apple’s website. Again, only the US site will have the stream.

All international Apple sites redirect you there instead of hosting it.

After the event, go here to see it in sign language. As this is a taped film, Apple may stream an ASL version simultaneously, but it will make one accessible later.

Once the live stream is on YouTube, you can view it again. Advantages exist.

YouTube’s post-event timeline is separated into chapters. You can scroll the movie to the desired section.

If you’re watching YouTube on Safari on a Mac, you can utilise J, K, and L. These skip back 10 seconds, pause, or skip forward 10 seconds.

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