Apple is scheduled to stream the iPhone 11 launch event on Google's YouTube platform, on September 10. This is the first time in history, Apple broadcast its event live on YouTube, promising to significantly increase the number of followers.
Last year, Apple also aired its event for the first time on Twitter, gradually adding more social networking and video platforms.
Windows users could first watch the live stream of Apple's event in 2015, thanks to Microsoft's Edge browser. Apple used to have a limited time, only for Mac users to watch the livestream of important events.
In the event on September 10, Apple may launch three successive iPhone 11 models of iPhone Xs, Xs Max and XR. You can follow the livestream event core on YouTube here.