In the tech world, Apple events are arguably the most popular. Each year, the brand’s “press conferences” attract tens of millions of Internet users, which clearly shows that the aura of the Californian manufacturer exceeds that of most of its rivals. The April 20 conference, which will be broadcast virtually, should once again bring together a lot of curious people. It should especially be a question of new iPad Pro … even if we hope for some surprises (iMac, AirTags, new services, iOS 14.5 etc.) We explain how to follow it.
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On The Indian Paper.com
Tonight, The Indian Paper.com switches to keynote mode. Our journalists will comment on the conference in a dedicated article and on Twitter, in order to follow the announcements in real time. At the end of the event, we will come back to all the news of the day through various articles. If that’s not enough for you, you can also watch Tim Cook’s keynote directly.
Apple’s American site has always been the best way to watch a keynote from the brand. At around 6:50 p.m., the stream should begin. From 7 p.m., you will be able to watch the keynote live, probably with English subtitles for those who have some difficulty with the language of Shakespeare.
In recent years, Apple has also broadcast its events on YouTube. Strangely enough, the feed on Google’s platform is sometimes ahead of Apple’s. Another advantage of watching the conference on YouTube is that the service is available on more devices.
Finally, if you really have trouble with English, our journalists offer you a special keynote program on 01TV (also available on YouTube). From 6.30 p.m., you will be able to follow the event live, with our commentaries in French.
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How long will the Apple Event last? No one knows yet. If the rumors about the iMac prove to be correct, we can imagine that the conference will be quite long. Otherwise, if the iPad is the only star of the day, the event is unlikely to exceed an hour.