Today’s Fall 2020 Apple Event is available to stream from a wide range of sources. As a reminder, the event kicks off at 10:00 AM Pacific/1:00 PM Eastern and is slated to last about two hours. There expected to be a lot of announcements including iOS 14, a new iPad Air, a new Apple Watch (or maybe even two), the Apple One Bundled Services, and likely Apple Tags. It’ll be worth tuning in for any Apple fan or follower.
Without question the easiest and quickest way to view the live stream of the Fall 2020 event is through the Apple TV app. That app, available on iOS devices and Apple TV devices, has a direct link to the live stream that you can watch on any device.
Secondly, you can stream it from any device by going to the Apple Events website. This is particularly handy for those who may not be able to view from an iOS device and you can stream the event using basically any browser.
Finally, there is YouTube. Apple’s official channel will be broadcasting the event live. I’ve embedded it below for easy reference.
The good news is there are a wide range of ways to view the event today and hopefully you’ll have the chance to do so. It should be fun!