Find out how to Watch Apple’s ‘Time Flies’ Occasion for 2020 Dwell

Apple's annual gadgets showoff is here, ready to tease drooling gadget lovers with the latest toys in Apple's arsenal. Unfortunately, no new iPhone appears in the menu, but viewers can try out what's in store for the Apple Watch and iPad Air.

The event can also serve as the launchpad for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, bringing about significant design changes to both platforms, as seen during the beta phase. MacOS 11 "Big Sur" could emerge from beta and feature the biggest visual makeover since Mac OS X debuted.

When is the event?

Apple's big event will take place on September 15 and begin at 10 a.m. local time at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park in Cupertino, California.

Watch the Time Flies event on YouTube

Apple is still broadcasting the event on YouTube, making it easier than ever to keep track of the momentous occasion. Click the video above to watch it on your phone, desktop or laptop in the YouTube app or on the YouTube desktop site. It is streamed from the Apple YouTube channel.

How to Watch the Time Flies Event on a PC or Mac

When Apple pulled the plug on Safari for Windows, that loophole made it difficult to watch Apple's event on Windows-based PCs. Now Apple is broadcasting the event on YouTube so viewers don't need a specific browser to watch. However, here are the browsers that will be able to stream the event from the Apple website:

Windows 10

  • Microsoft Edge
  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox

MacOS (Sierra or newer)

  • safari
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox

Chrome OS

  • Google Chrome
  • YouTube web app

How to watch the Time Flies event on the phone

In this case, use dedicated apps instead of open browsers to access the stream. Apple has discontinued the Apple Events app and integrated the functionality into Apple TV.

iOS / iPadOS

Android

How to follow the Time Flies event on smart TVs and set-to-boxes

The same rule applies to Apple TV set-top box, Roku, and app-based smart TVs. Apple has discontinued the Apple Events app and integrated the functionality into Apple TV.

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