Apple's annual iPhone event is now done and dusted.
Every autumn, Apple holds a press event to update its iPhone lineup. Last year, it introduced the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max. The year before that, it rolled out the tenth-anniversary iPhone X, as well as the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
As for 2019, it announced the iPhone 11, among other things. Here's how you can watch the action unfold for yourself online.
When was Apple's iPhone 11 event?
Apple's event was held in the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park on Sept. 10 at 10am PT/1pm ET. The show lasted two hours and featured several executives, including CEO Tim Cook.
How to watch Apple's iPhone 11 event online
There are a few ways you can re-watch the event:
Apple broadcasted its iPhone event live on YouTube. The livestream video is no longer available, but we will embed the playback video here if and when it's shared to YouTube.
Apple's Event site now offers a playback video of the entire event. You can stream it from any iPhone, iPod, or iPod Touch (running iOS 10 or later), Macs (running MacOS Sierra 10.12 or later), or PCs (running Windows 10). Just make sure your browser -- Safari, Chrome, Firefox, or Edge -- is updated and supports MSE, H.264, and AAC.
You can also download the Apple Events app from the App Store on your Apple TV, though it may already be installed on your set-top box if it's an older model. Just ensure you have at least the second-generation Apple TV running the latest software or TvOS update. You can also cast the stream from your iOS device to your Apple TV via Apple AirPlay.
What did Apple announce?
Apple announced the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. It also announced pricing and release date information for Apple Arcade and Apple TV Plus, and it introduced a new 10.2-inch iPad and Apple Watch Series 5.
Go here for all the major news from Apple's event.
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