How To Watch Apple Events in 2021

See the new iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods

Apple event logo for September 2021


You can watch the next Apple event on Apple's website or its YouTube page. The next event will be on September 14, with probable announcements of the iPhone 13, Apple Watch 7, and AirPods 3.

Event Details

Date: September 14, 2021

Time: 10 a.m. PDT; 1 p.m. EDT

Location: Virtual

Stream it:

Before the big event, watch for announcements on Lifewire news. For rumors about what will be announced, see MacRumors' Apple event page. We also have rumor articles about the AirPods 3 and Apple Watch Series 7.

How To Stream Apple Events Online

Apple's March event will stream from Apple's website, where you can also get updates about the event. It will also be available on Apple's YouTube page. The event is free, and you don't need a subscription to watch it.

You can stream the Apple event on your computer, smartphone, tablet, and smart TV using a browser or YouTube app. You can also watch the event on Apple TV; search Apple in the app store to access the stream.

When Are Apple's Other Events?

Apple has several regular events each year. In June, the company hosts WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference), where they usually announce software updates for iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS. 

September is the primary iPhone event, though the company sometimes announces other products alongside it, like a new Apple Watch.

The company also has one-off events for different products and services. In 2020, Apple hosted events in April, May, August, October, November, and December in addition to the above events.

What If the Official Stream Isn't Available?

If you're unable to stream the event from a web browser or social media, you can try to find an unofficial stream from a source like Ace Stream. These streams are less reliable and usually low-quality, but you can watch events like Apple's straight from other viewers. To use this method, search the web for Apple content IDs, or unofficial Apple live streams on the day of the event.

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