Apple isn’t done with new products for 2018 just yet.
For the first time, the Cupertino-based behemoth is unveiling its latest and greatest in Brooklyn on Oct. 30.
New iPads and smart accessories, alongside a much needed Mac refresh, are likely en route. The spectacle is kicking off earlier than normal at 10 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT at the Brooklyn Academy of Music this year. The event will be streamed, so no worries if you didn’t score an invite.
Here’s how to watch
On mobile, desktop, and laptop
The best way to experience the livestream is via the Safari browser on macOS or iOS. You’ll need at least iOS 10 or macOS Sierra 10.12 to watch. Apple’s homepage will be devoted to the livestream on Oct. 30, but you can access the dedicated October 2018 event page here.
Windows users can livestream it through Microsoft Edge, Chrome, or Firefox.
If you miss the event, Apple will post an on-demand version shortly after it wraps on Apple.com.
Streaming the September 2018 iPhone and Apple Watch event on Twitter was such a hit that Apple is offering the option again. You can “Like” the tweet below to get a reply with how to watch tomorrow during the event.
On the big screen
Want to watch the event on TV? You’ll need at least a second-generation Apple TV to stream the upcoming presentation. The Apple Event app will auto-update automatically to let viewers select the October 2018 event.
Mashable is the place to be
Apple’s livestream may be great and all, but you’ll want to follow Mashable’s live blog as the event happens for our play-by-play commentary and in-depth analysis.