Apple is all set to host its annual fall event due to be held next week. The event is likely to see Apple announce the iPhone 11, but so far, no one has received the coveted invitations. But there is no reason to worry as the company is going to stream the event live on YouTube on September 10, 2019.
The Cupertino based company has quietly posted a YouTube page on September 6, 2019 which has invited people to tune in the event. Apple is expected to announce three new phone models that will replace the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR with the rumoured iPhone 11, 11 Max/11 Pro and 11R. The company is also expected to announce more products and services at the event. The page on YouTube has invited the users to “join us for an Apple special event live from the Steve Jobs Theater on September 10 at 10 a.m. PDT.”
The iPhone maker is gradually expanding the broadcasting reach of its product reveals. The keynotes have long been available on Apple.com and in 2018, the company had streamed its fall “Gather Round event on Twitter. But it surely marks its maiden presence on YouTube. Apple has sent out invitations to some members of the media last week which has shown the Apple logo made up of five different bright colors that reminds of the six color logo that the company used to use years back.
On the other hand analysts have predicted that the upcoming iPhone 11 will be a disappointment and will not attract the buyers that Apple is hoping for. CNET will be having a livestream before, during and after the keynote of the New York office. Apple has been struggling with sales figures since a long time and the upcoming launch has given the company some hopes. The company is yet to respond for a request for comment.
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