The event will kick-start on September 12 and will be held at Apple’s campus in Cupertino, California.
One of the most anticipated launch events of the year is around the corner, and we all are excited to know what will be behind the curtains. Yes, I am talking about Apple's Sept. 12 iPhone event. Apple has already sent out the invitations for its much-awaited press conference.
The one thing about this Apple's Sept. 12 iPhone event is sure that, we are going to witness the new iPhone and iOS 12; rest all are speculations as of now. Apple may bring a mid-range device to take on the missing segment. Whichever way it may be, a new iPhone will be there for sure. The other products getting in-line are Apple Watch 4, AirPower, and iPad Pro X (hopefully).
The event will kick-start on September 12 and will be held at Apple’s campus in Cupertino, California. The timing for the event for different time zones are as follows:
I know, not everyone can attend the launch event, but you can surely watch it live and enjoy the feed on your respective device, all thanks to Apple, which will stream it live on its website. Here, the only condition to see the event live is to match the hardware requirements as per the browser.
I have rounded up all the possible devices on which you can watch Apple's live stream. The list of devices includes Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.
Before jumping forward, let me apprise you of the most significant thing in terms of OS on which you can see the event. For iOS devices, you will be required to have iOS 10, or later, for Macs, it should be macOS 10.12 or newer, and for Windows 10, you can watch the event on the Microsoft Edge browser. According to Apple, the viewers can also get the live stream on the latest versions of Chrome and Firefox.
If we go by the company’s claim, the event is best experienced on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. The event can be directly seen using Safari on iOS 10 or later. The viewers can also rerun the event as per their choice.
For all the Mac users, they should install the macOS 10.11 update or later and can watch the Apple's Sept. 12 iPhone event on their Safari browser. And the Windows 10 users can live-stream the event through their Microsoft Edge browser.
The users who wish to watch Apple's Sept. 12 iPhone event on their Apple TV, they can use the 'Apple Events' app. On starting with it, the users will see the option of live-stream Apple's September event and can get started from there. The Apple TV from 2nd generation, coupled with software 6.2 will do good.
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