Following last month’s iPhone 15 event (Wonderlust), Apple announced an October launch event with a Halloween-esque name – “Scary Fast”. Depending on your location, the streaming event is billed for October 30, 2023 (5PM PT/8PM ET) which is very late in Africa, Europe, and the UK (12AM GMT/1AM GMT +1).Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
Australians and New Zealanders will be able to catch the event from11AM AEST/12PM AEDT/1PM NZDT.
There are various avenues to watch Apple’s Scary Fast October event, starting with the company’s official website. The events page has a direct link to stream the event live. There is also a placeholder link on YouTube which goes live once the event starts. Apple TV users can also catch the event through the TV app.
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