Ahead of Apple’s new MacBook Pro ‘Unleashed’ event, there are several ways for users to follow the event live or later, including a YouTube page set up by Apple specifically for the event, streaming the event on Apple’s website.
There is also an opportunity for users and interested individuals to stream the event to an Apple TV.
For the YouTube page created to stream the event, it serves as a universal option available to anyone around the world to access the programs, as it can be viewed on different devices, and while YouTube can lag behind Apple’s steam on its website, it also offers users more options after the event by inserting chapter marks into the event and highlighting each device launch.
For those who want to stream the event via Apple’s website, the company recommends viewing the program on an iPhone 7 or higher, 5th generation iPad or higher, or Mac via Safari on macOS Mojave 10.14 or higher.
Apple also publishes a version of the event with American Sign Language in Vision on its event page, and the website also offers a better chapter marking system that explains in detail what each section of the event is about. Anyone planning to stream the event through the Apple TV app will not be able to access it via a link until after the event begins, and it will become hidden again once it is over.
For more information, read the original story in Apple Insider.