Apple has this crazy limitations on who can watch their Apple events live — and in a similar way, today’s iPhone 6 event can be only watched from their website by Safari users on OS X, iOS and Apple TV users. However, there are still ways how you can watch the iPhone 6 announcement live stream directly on your Android devices. As per the official statement on the Apple website, “Live streaming video requires Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X v10.6.8 or later; Safari on iOS 6.0 or later. Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later.” Well, let’s get around that.
Good news is, there would be no need of root or customization required in order to get this working. All you need is the latest available release of Dolphin Browser available on the Google Play Store for free — or any other Android web browser will be good enough as long as it allows you to change your user-agent. In simpler words, you can fool Apple’s website in believing you are running iOS even though you are on Android. All the steps which you’ll need to perform this are given in detail, right below:
How to Watch Apple iPhone 6 Event Live Stream on Android
Step 2 – Within the browser, you will find a nicely managed tabbed design similar to Chrome. You should touch on the little Dolphin logo displayed on the bottom left. Now navigate to the options icon on the right.
Step 3 – After you touch on the icon, another Menu will pop up. Now you need to go into Settings.
Step 4 – Click on the User Agent menu and then select iPhone as your user agent if you are on an Android phone or iPad for Android tablets.
That’s it! After performing these steps, you would be able to watch Apple’s keynote straight from your phone/tablet. If you have any difficulties or any queries please comment below and we will try to help out straight away!