How to watch today’s big Apple event almost anywhere

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watch Apple's big Sept. 15 event almost anywhere
Be ready for 'Time Flies.'
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Apple’s next big event is just hours away, and it promises to be a big one for fans of iPad and Apple Watch. It will be an online-only affair, just like WWDC, and you’ll be able to watch it live almost anywhere.

Find out how before the action begins in just a few hours.

Recent reports suggest we won’t be seeing the much-anticipated iPhone 12 lineup next month. Rumor has it Apple plans to announce that in October instead. But there’s plenty more to look forward to.

In addition to big refreshes for iPad Air, Apple Watch, and Apple TV, there are indications Apple may also surprise us with the very first MacBook powered by a custom ARM chipset.

You won’t want to miss it. Here’s how to tune in on event day.

How to watch Apple’s ‘Time Flies’ event

The “Time Flies” keynote kicks off at 10 a.m. PDT, 1 p.m. EDT, or 6 p.m. today, September 15. By far the easiest way to watch it will be on YouTube by following the live stream link below.

The link should open the YouTube app, if you have it installed, on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device. Alternatively, you can view it in your browser. It will also work on any Mac or Windows devices.

YouTube is also available on most Smart TVs and set-top boxes, so you’ll be able to watch Apple’s event on your big screen if you prefer.

Set a reminder

You will notice there is a “Set reminder” button in the YouTube steam embedded above. If you click or tap that, YouTube will notify you when the event is about to begin so that you don’t miss a thing.

You can also add a reminder to your calendar by visiting the Events page on Apple’s website.

If you’re going to be stuck at work next Wednesday morning and you won’t be able to watch the event, don’t worry. Cult of Mac will be covering all the news as it breaks, so you’ll be able to catch up here.

The keynote will also be available to watch on-demand on YouTube and on Apple’s website for those who want to see it later.