For the first time, some Windows users will be able to live stream the event on their PC officially.

We are less than 24 hours from the 1:00 pm ET start of the Apple “Hey Siri” Event at the Graham Bell Civic Auditorium. As we already covered what to expect at the event. We will instead let you know where and how you can watch the event unfold in real time on the net. We are calling this the Apple’s “Hey Siri” Event because they sent out invites to the press with a tag line ‘Hey Siri, give us a hint.’ For those that were not lucky enough to get an invite, you’re not out of luck. Apple will be live streaming the iPhone event. That means ironically you can watch the unveiling of the new iPhone on your old iPhone. You can also watch it from any other device really. We do mean any device including Windows for the first time. For a little refresher on how and where the instructions are below.

How to watch Apple’s “Hey Siri” Event Live 

  • Apple TV

Go to the Apple Events channel with the September 9 event logo on it. The Apple Events channel will be live the day of the event.

  • Mac, iPad, iPhone or iPod touch

Open Safari browser and go to:

  • Windows 10

Open the new Microsoft Edge browser which comes with Windows 10 and then go to:

  • Android & Windows workaround
  1. Download VLC for Windows at this link or Android at this link.
  2. Install and run the app
  3. Click the Media tab and pick Open Network Stream
  4. Copy & Paste the following link
  5. Press Play. The live stream will appear broken until the event has started so refresh it a little after 1PM EDT.

By Rubens Saintel

Proud father, #Haitian, photographer, consultant, writer & entrepreneur. I love video games, movies, plays, technology (surprise), beta testing apps and all things sci-fi. | |