After the official press invites for the upcoming event, we all know that Apple will launch the next iPhone on September 7. Speculations suggest that Apple will launch two new iPhones, one, the regular iPhone 7 and the other, the larger iPhone 7 Plus. As with every year, this time too, the company will live stream the entire show to Apple enthusiasts from all over the globe.
The forthcoming iPhones are expected to sport similar design language to that of its predecessor the iPhone 6S family. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will possibly come without the 3.5 mm headphone port and sport some serious improvements in the camera department. Rumors claim that the base storage of the new smartphones will be upgraded from 16 GB to 32 GB.
Some analysts are presuming that the Cupertino giant will showcase a brand new Mac and Apple Watch 2 in the forthcoming event. The launch will take place in San Francisco at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. The invite-only event will start from 10:00 PDT (Pacific Daylight Time) which is 13:00 EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) or 18:00 BST (British Summer Time). You can watch the show live right from its beginning at the scheduled time from your PCs or smartphones.
How to watch the Live Stream on Apple Mac or iPhone or iPad or iPod
Mac users will be able to look at the launch event just by visiting Apple’s September 2016 event page from the Safari Web Browser. This is probably the easiest way to see the forthcoming show.
The same is applicable for the iPhone or iPad or iPod users. Only be sure you are running iOS 7 or later.
How to watch the Live Stream from a Windows PC or Linux or Android
Those who are running the Windows 10 will be able to view it as quickly as the Mac users. Recently, Apple has made live streaming of its events accessible from Microsoft’s latest Edge browser. So, the Windows 10 users simply need to head over to the same Apple’s September 2016 event page to get a live glimpse of the launch. Just be sure you use the Edge Browser to view the page.
For other who are using the older version of Windows have to use a rather tricky method. They need to use a third party video player which supports network streaming. We recommend the vastly popular VLC Media Player. To watch the forthcoming event, first, you need to get the network URL of the live stream. Then, you have to paste it in the network stream option of your media player to start watching it.
The URL is not available yet, and we will only be able to get that after the show begins. So, don’t forget to visit here to get it. This workaround is also applicable for Linux and Android users. Only you need to get your right version of the VLC Media Player and paste the URL in “Open MRL” or “Open Network Stream” option.