The big Apple event is finally a couple of hours away and the excitement among the tech geeks and Apple enthusiasts is at its peak. The Cupertino based company will be holding this event at the Steve Jobs Theater in their brand new campus. There are about five products which Apple is expected to release today. Also with these products, Apple is also expected to push updates to three of its product lineups – the MacOS, iOS, WatchOS and tvOS.
The event is expected to begin at 10AM California time which in Indian Standard time is 10.30PM. Apple is known to host one of the most flawless events in the past and we can expect the same from this year’s as well. This year’s event has been highly anticipated as it marks 10 years of iPhone launches! Although we almost know what the iPhone X would look like, there are still so many things that Apple could surprise us with.
How you can watch the event:
Gone are the days where you actually had to be at the venue to know about the product launch or wait till the press release and advertisements to actually know about what was launched. The digital era has made it possible to actually view the event live. To view the Apple 2017 event, you can use the Safari browser on any Apple device and navigate to this site.
It is also vital that you ensure your Apple device is up to date. For the iPhone or iPod touch, you should be running iOS 9 and above; tvOS 6.2 and above in case you intend to stream through your Apple TV.
If you do not own an Apple device or own one that’s out dated, you could also stream through your Windows PC running Windows 10. On your Windows PC, you will need to use the Edge browser to navigate to the launch event page. Windows PCs running anything under Windows 10 will not be able to stream the event.
Also, in case you own an Android device, unfortunately, you wouldn’t be able to stream live, however, you could follow us @Pricebaba as we tweet live.
What can you expect?
Apple is expected to release the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X today, marking this year as the year with the highest number of iPhones, deviating from Apple’s two iPhones per year rollout cycle. Together with that, today’s event will also see the launch of the new Apple Watch Series 3 and the new Apple TV.
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