IPhone 11: over 10 million views for the live on YouTube
iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max were the first iPhone to be announced in the course of a keynote streamed live on YouTube, and it seems that Apple's choice to have paid, according to the first numbers emerged.
In the past, the house of Cupertino has always chosen to convey the main events only through their official website (and previously only on your browser and its products), allowing platforms like YouTube to the task of hosting the video of the full presentation only to direct finished. However, times change, and with them also the focus of the business of Apple, now more and more focused on services such as Apple TV+ Apple and Arcade, with the first also addressed to an audience far away from the Apple world, which is why it is necessary to speak immediately to a basin of users as vast as possible. And this has happened.
As you can see from the counter of views on the page of the stream (now the video is Not on the list, but still available here), the live broadcast of the keynote has passed the barrier of 10 million views. In addition, as reported by AppleInsider, during the live has arrived at the altitude of 1.8 million users logged in.Camera at the top, and 4K video at 60fps with all the quality Apple? Apple iPhone XS, on offer today from Mobzilla 849 euro or from ePrice to 992 euro. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING