Apple iPhone 8 Launch: Here’s How You Can Watch the Live Stream
The Apple iPhone 8 launch event takes place on 12 September from the United States.
The big day is almost here — when Apple CEO Tim Cook takes over the keynote, to unveil the latest set of iPhones to the world. Apple is hosting its annual iPhone 8 launch event on 12 September, which marks 10 years since the first-ever iPhone was brought to this world by Steve Jobs.
Marking the occasion, reports have pretty much confirmed that Apple will be launching not one, but three devices this year. In addition, we’ll also see the new Apple Watch, which are likely to have the next generation AirPods as well.
Latest reports suggest that Apple has decided to skip the 7s nomenclature, and instead, the new iPhone variants will be called the “8 series”. And the much awaited iPhone 8, or so we thought, is going to be called the iPhone X.
So, where does one watch the veil being lifted from the latest iPhone in the series?
For starters, the live stream starts at 10:30 pm (IST) on Tuesday, and you’ll need Windows 10 device, or any Apple product to view the live stream of the launch event, taking place from the Steve Jobs Theater in the United States.
How to Watch the Live Stream?
If you’re a Windows 10 user, then Apple lets you watch the live stream event from Microsoft’s Edge browser. Unlike Google’s Android events, you can’t rely on YouTube streaming for this live stream.
For Apple users, there are plenty of options. You can choose any iOS or Mac OS powered device (iPhone, iPad, MacBook) and others.
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