Less than 12 hours left for Apple to Livestream its most hyped Event till date and share the latest innovation with the world. The company is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the iPhone with the inauguration of Steve Jobs Theater at Cupertino.
Apple is expected to announce the most hyped iPhone 8 or iPhone X embedded with the features such as dual camera and USB3. Rumors and leaks by Benjamin Geskin also claim that Apple removed the home button from the upcoming iPhone. If the speculations made by tech geeks are correct, the iPhone X will lead a new line up in iPhone series.
The company will lift the curtain at the Steve Jobs theater today at 10 AM PT, 1 PM ET. The keynote will be Livestream by the Apple on its website via Apple devices supporting live streaming technology. The devices that can take you to the event through live streaming includes “iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with Safari on iOS 9.0 or later, a Mac with Safari on macOS v10.11 or later”.
In case you don't possess any of the above-listed Apple devices you can witness the Apple's grand event on your PC by accessing Microsoft Edge Web browser on Windows 10.
Android users aren't given the privilege to become the part of the event by using their device. However, you can use your Android smartphone to watch the event with a little tip. First, you need to download the VLC media player, after launching the app navigate to ‘Media’ tab. Now, select ‘Open Network Stream’ and add the Live stream URL there, the URL will be available before the event starts. Press the play button and the event will start streaming on the hosted Android device. The URL will however be available prior to the event and the above tip can only be accessed once the URL has been released.
The Verge, and Six colors will be providing the live coverage of the event, so you can take these options also. And of course, we will keep feeding you with the latest updates from the Steve Jobs theater.
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