How and when to watch the iPhone 15 event in Australia

Tim Cook will take the stage next week. Here's when Australia will have to wake up if they're keen to watch the reveal. 

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Brodie Fogg
Sep 08, 2023
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September's iPhone 15 "Wonderlust" event will take place early next week in Cupertino at Apple's California headquarters. The rumour mill has been suspiciously reserved this year, pointing to a predictably incremental upgrade to last year's iPhone 14 family, which introduced the Dynamic Island, the only major design change since the iPhone 11. With that said, more information on Apple Vision Pro, the company's mixed-reality headset, is almost a sure thing so it's worth tuning in even if the iPhone doesn't excite you. 

How to stream the Apple iPhone 15 event

  • Apple's website
  • Apple's YouTube channel
  • Apple TV app
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As usual, the September iPhone event will be held in the Steve Jobs' Theatre at the company's Cupertino campus. The live stream will be available in three ways: via an embedded live stream on Apple's website, through Apple's YouTube channel, or via the Apple TV app. Alternatively, you can just bookmark this page and stream the event in the embedded YouTube player above. 

When does the iPhone 15 event live stream begin in Australia?

Those in Australia hoping to get the first official glimpse at the new iPhone 15 family will need to wake up extra early (or stay up extra late.) The live stream will begin at 3:00am AEST on Wednesday, the 13th of September 2023. Here's what time Australians from every part of the country would need to tune in: 

  • Sydney: 3:00am AEST
  • Perth: 1:00am AWST
  • Adelaide: 2:30am ACST
Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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