This is how you can Watch the Live Coverage of Apple Event
It’s official, Apple is launching it’s new smart devices on 7th September, 2016. Finally all the rumours leaked last month are turning out to be true as all the invites to the media are already sent. At this huge event Apple will be launching iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus and probably the latest Apple watches. The text message which is already sent out clearly mentions that the technological giants is once again conducting the massive event at their recent favourite venue, ‘Bill Graham Civic Auditorium’.
There are plenty of commendable features of the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus. The new model features the Lightning Connectors that helps one to easily get connected with the earpods. Till date, the iPhones had been sticking to the 3.5mm audio jack. iPhone 7 Plus is expected to have a dual camera set-up. Photographing will be fun if iPhone introduces this new feature in their latest smartphone as dual camera set-up will make it more flexible. However, new rumours are claiming that the Beats by Dre Products can also be unveiled in this major event. Apple acquired Beats in the year of 2014 for $3 billion and some surprises might be waiting on our way.
This time, one can watch the live streaming of the Apple event from their smart devices. If you are willing to catch the event which will be starting at 10:30 p.m. (IST) on September 7 then Apple has made your wishes come true. Watch it via Apple TV but it should be an Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation) with software 6.2 or later or an Apple TV (4th generation).
You can watch the entire event on your iOS devices that runs on version 7.0 or above and Mac with OS X v10.8.5 or above and Safari version 6.0.6 or more. Even the Windows users can watch it this time from their Windows 10 PCs, via Microsoft Edge browser. Previously Apple launched events in it’s own operating systems but this time they are generous to the Windows users as well. The whole world is excited to witness this history and Apple will surely not upset us.