How to Watch Apple’s 2017 iPhone Event


It’s the most wonderful time of the year, when Apple shows off its shiny new devices at its annual iPhone event. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the original iPhone, so the big bash in Cupertino should be extra special.

The event starts at 10 am Pacific (1 pm Eastern) on Tuesday, September 12. Thanks to an enormous leak over the weekend, we already have a sense of what’s to come—including the highly-anticipated iPhone X, Apple’s most bonkers fancyphone yet. We also expect Tim Cook and the gang to announce two more iPhones, an updated version of the Apple Watch, a set of new features to Apple TV, and more details about the HomePod, Apple’s Siri-enabled smart speaker.

You can watch the whole bonanza via livestream on Apple TV, on an iPhone or iPad, in a browser, and of course, by following along with our liveblog right here on wired.com.

How to Watch

Tune into the livestream of Apple’s keynote speech here. You’ll need an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with Safari on iOS 9.0 or later, or a Mac with Safari on macOS v10.11 in order to access the stream. You can also watch on Microsoft Edge on Windows 10, but Chrome and Firefox users are out of luck.

If you have an Apple TV, you can download a dedicated app to stream the event. Just make sure your software is updated to version 6.2 or later, or use a fourth generation Apple TV. You’ll see the event countdown begin inside the app on Tuesday morning.

Follow Our Liveblog

Whether you’re watching the livestream or not, check out our iPhone liveblog. We’ll spend the morning sharing updates about the event, photos from the theater, reactions to every announcement, and lots and lots of jokes. You can also follow along on Twitter, where we’ll be livetweeting from @gadgetlab.

The keynote doesn’t start until 10 am, but we’ll kick off the liveblog a few hours early to show you around Apple’s new campus. It’s the first-ever event in Apple’s brand new Steve Jobs Theater, and we’ll be there to give you a tour.

Can’t make it? You can catch the full video of the event on Apple’s website after the livestream. And if you really want to get amped for the big event, you can binge watch every single iPhone announcement here. But no pressure.

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