Apple will finally have an announcement on Sept. 7, Wednesday at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. On the other hand, there have been reports that the Cupertino-based company will at last reveal the iPhone 7. Meanwhile, here’s what we know so far about the Apple Event Live Stream.
The tech titan always holds a live streaming event every time they unveil a new gadget. For that, loyal tech-savvy Apple users are waiting for details.
Please take note of the following information, courtesy of Tech Radar.
The Apple Event Live Stream will start at 10:00 PDT, 13.00 EDT (18:00 BST in the UK, 03:00 Thursday, September 8 AEST if you’re in Australia). For Mac users, simply browse using Safari.
Simply go to Apple’s web page for its September 2016 event to access the live stream event. On the other hand, iPhone, iPad, and iPod users need to have at least the iOS 7 and follow the same procedure as Mac users.
Meanwhile, those who use PC or Windows operating system must have Windows 10 as its present OS. To watch the event, go to Microsoft’s Edge web browser. If you do not have the latest Windows OS yet, it’s better to install it ahead of the upcoming Apple event.
However, those who do not want to install the operating system can still watch the Apple Event Live Stream with this technique. Kindly open or install VLC media player and look for “Open Network Stream.” The option can be seen by clicking the “Media” at the top left of the VLC media player.
The link for the live stream on the media player is yet to be updated so please stay tuned.
Those are the guidelines to watch the upcoming announcement from Apple. In other news, Forbes is speculating the possible things that could happen on the highly-anticipated gathering.
Same as with the past rumors, the iPhone 7 might not have a headphone jack but will have a dual lens camera. But more than that, the audience has been waiting for Apple Watch 2, iOS 10 and update about iMac or MacBook products.
Make sure to check Aussie Network News for further details regarding the Apple Event Live Stream.