KEY POINTS

  • Apple will be holding another Apple Event next week
  • This will be its second event since September this year
  • The company is expected to unveil new iPhones and other devices during the event

Apple has announced that it will hold another Apple Event on Oct. 13, presumably for the new iPhone 12 series smartphones and other devices such as the rumored AirPods Studio, AirTags, and more.

The Cupertino tech giant didn't mention anything about the devices yet but did include the words “Hi, Speed” in the invitations it sent to media. This could indicate a few things regarding the devices' processing performance or connectivity speeds, owing to Apple's new A14 chip or the rumored support for 5G.

Fans should remember that the event is scheduled for Oct. 13, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. PDT. Those who want to watch Apple's event will have several ways to do so. Here's how:

Apple Event Apple's Events website as of writing time. Photo: Apple

Apple TV App

Those who own an Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, or Mac can simply use the Apple TV app to watch the event as it happens. The app will have a dedicated section for the event's live stream, allowing users to watch the event. The app hasn't been updated yet, but the company can be expected to update it to feature the event before it happens.

Apple Events Website

Apple fans will be able to watch the event directly via the Apple Events website. This is the same website the company used in the September event where it announced the new Apple Watches, among other things. Anybody with an internet connection and a device capable of running browsers like Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Brave can watch the event here.

All fans need to do is open their preferred browser and head to https://www.apple.com/apple-events/ to watch the Apple Event. Those who want to be reminded should go to the website and add an event reminder to their calendar right there.

YouTube

Lastly, those who prefer to use non-Apple apps or platforms to watch the Apple Event can do so using YouTube. The Cupertino tech giant will be live streaming the event using YouTube, making it easy for everyone who has access to the app or the internet but doesn't want to go to Apple's website.

Interested parties can also set a reminder for the event on the placeholder page.