Apple to Live Stream Launch Event on YouTube for First Time
Smartphone giant Apple is all set to unveil the next generation iPhones in less than a day on September 10 and for the first time ever, the company will also offer live stream on YouTube.
Earlier, Apple’s events could only be watched on iOS and macOS devices but the tech company has been adding new ways to stream its events. For the first time ever, YouTube is on the list of platforms that the company will use to stream the grand and much-awaited launch event.
According to many rumors, leaks and speculations, users can expect to see three new smartphones, each a successor to last year’s iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR. The XS and XS Max replacements may be called iPhone Pro, and should get three rear cameras, while the XR’s successor is said to make do with just two.
Moreover, according to speculations, the selfie camera may or may not have a 120fps slow-motion video capture option, and the Pro devices are said to feature reverse wireless charging of the AirPods’ case. All the three models are currently expected to retain the same sizes and resolutions as their predecessors, and they may all stick with the Lightning port and not join the newest Pro iPads in the USB-C realm.
Some reports also say that the A13 chip is sure to be included in the new phones, as well as Haptic Touch will replace the famed 3D Touch. A wider-angle Face ID sensor may also be included in the new devices, which would make unlocking easier to use with a wider variety of angles you hold your phone at.
The unveiling will start at 10:00 AM PDT on September 10.