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How to Watch Apple’s Special Media Event Live

Apple is all set to hold a special media event at Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Howard Gilman Opera House on October 30, 2018. The company is expected to launch new iPad and Mac models. The event will start at 10 AM Eastern Time. Apple will live stream the event which means you can watch Apple’s special media event live online.

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Apple is expected to unveil a new iPad Pro model that will replace the 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models. Rumors claim that this new iPad Pro will look nothing like your current iPad Pro model. The new device is rumored to have thinner bezels, rounded corner, and Face ID sensor. Apple is also expected to ditch Lightning connector in favor of USB-C port and a refresh of Apple Pencil.

As far as the Mac lineup is concerned, a MacBook Air refresh is on the cards. This new MacBook Air could become Apple’s new entry-level laptop. It is also expected to get Retina Display for the first time. The company is also rumored to release a new Mac mini model after skipping a few years without an update.

We also expect Apple to tell us why AirPower charging mat is still not released. An AirPods update is also rumored.

We will be covering this event in greater details here at However, you still can watch Apple’s October 30 iPad Pro event live. No matter what Operating system you’re using, you can easily Watch Apple iPad Pro 2018 event live online.

Prerequisites to watch Apple iPad Pro event live

You can access the live stream of Apple’s iPhone event virtually on any devices, but make sure your device meets the following OS version requirements:

  • Mobile Safari on iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch running iOS 7.0 or later version
  • Mac running macOS 10.8.5 or later with Safari 6.0.5
  • PC with Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 installed
  • Apple TV running software version 6.2or later
  • Apple TV 4 running tvOS

How to Watch iPad Event on iPhone, iPad, or Mac

Apple always makes it very convenient to watch its special media events live on iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices. The live stream for the iPad Pro event begins at 10 AM Pacific Time. All you need to do is to visit the link below and wait until 10 AM Pacific Time. The stream typically starts a few minutes before the scheduled timeframe. If you experience any issue with the live stream, simply reload the page.

How to watch iPad Pro 2018 event live on Apple TV

If you have an Apple TV, you can watch the iPad Pro 2018 event right from the comfort of your living room. Here are the steps:

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install the Events app from the App Store available on your tvOS and watch Apple’s CEO unveiling their shiny new hardware.

Older Apple TV models

If you have an Apple TV 3 or older model, the Apple Events app will automatically appear on your Home screen. Just wait for it, there is no need for any software update. Or, Navigate to Apple Events channel with Apple logo on the main menu.

In case the stream is not working properly, force quit the Events app and retry.

How to watch iPad Pro Event 2018 Live on Windows PC

To watch the keynote on a PC, the system must be running Windows 10. Only open the built-in Microsoft Edge browser and click on the link below.

Microsoft Edge supports Apple’s HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) technology, so you’ll have a seamless viewing experience with Edge on Windows 10.

Event start time

The keynote of Apple’s 2018 iPad Pro event will start at 10:00 am Eastern Time. If you are not sure what time it would be in your Time Zone, Here is the time in the other Time Zones

  • 7 am PDT
  • 10 am EDT
  • 3 pm UK
  • 3 pm Europe

Follow iPhoneHeat’s Coverage

If you don’t have time to watch the event live, don’t worry, we have got you covered. If you want to learn what Apple is going to unveil in greater details, be sure to stay tuned at We will be doing an in-depth round the clock coverage throughout and after the event of all the announcements and releases.

Are you looking forward to Apple launching 2018 lineup of iPad Pro? or you’re more excited about the new Mac models? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.