Apple to livestream iPhone launch event on this Google platform for the first time

Hello there whats going on? today I am back with a grand topic that is – ” IN THE FIRST TIME IN HISTORY APPLE IS GOING TO DISPLAY ITS LAUNCH EVENT OF IPHONE 11 ON GOOGLE PLATFORM, YOUTUBE”

Apple has been always live-streaming all its global events from its own Safari browser, whether it is the iPhone launches, Macbook launches, iPads or WWDC. Besides, recently it started live-streaming the events on Microsoft’s Edge browser, which is limited to Windows 10 devices. But now Apple has decided to display the events on the platform of Google, known as Youtube.  Apple will be streaming its ‘iPhone 11’ launch live on Google’s YouTube website. It will also be available on the Android and iOS apps.

Users can also set a reminder for the live stream of Apple’s Special Event on September 10. The event is scheduled to start at 10 AM PDT (10:30 PM IST). For this just go to the official YouTube live stream video (which goes live before the launch event) and click on the “set reminder” button or click here below.

But you need to be logged in with your Google account to get the reminder for the YouTube live stream. Now that the company has started streaming the launch events on YouTube, it is innocent to believe that we may see other Apple events being live-streamed on YouTube as well in the upcoming days.

Famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Has hinted that the upcoming iPhone models would be equipped with reverse wireless charging. The iPhone-maker is also expected to put bigger batteries and some real internal upgrades in the new iPhones.

That’s all for today getting off Manish Koirala #peace

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