Apple September Launch Event Live Streaming India Online: Apple is geared up to host its annual event where it kicks off an extravaganza of product launches. There will be three iPhone models, improved iPad Pro model, new Apple Watch, a new entry-level MacBook model, revised Mac mini, and a few other products that will be showcased at the Apple’s “Gather round” event. CEO Tim Cook and his associates will take over the stage to sequentially announce the products, however, the focus will be on the three iPhones that are likely to continue with the last year’s iPhone X design while packing new features such as support for dual SIM cards for the first time in the iPhone’s history.
Apple September 2018 Event Live Streaming Online
The event will begin at 10 am PT, which will be 10:30 pm IST in India on September 12. Apple is hosting the big event at the Steve Jobs Theater in California, the company’s swankiest campus to date. The event usually begins on time, so anyone who would be interested in catching it up live might need to follow these steps:
If you own an iPhone, iPad, or a MacBook, simply go to the Safari browser and navigate to https://www.apple.com/apple-events/september-2018/. It is worth noting that the iPhone and iPad should be running iOS 10 or later while the MacBook is updated to macOS 10.2 or above. On Apple TV, Apple will highlight the launch event hours before it officially begins, you just need to click on it and begin the show.
Besides, those who do not own any Apple device don’t need to fret as Apple provides the live stream on Windows. If you are running Windows 10 on your PC, tablet, or laptop, you can watch the live steam by visiting the URL mentioned above. The supported browsers are Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox only, so you might need to install one of them if you haven’t done already. Needless to say, you need an Internet connection with good speed to watch the live stream lag free.
For the first time, Apple will be live streaming the event on Twitter via its handle. The company will offer the live stream on Periscope, which is likely to amass a huge audience considering the number of users on the social media platform. Since the live stream will be available on Twitter, there will be no restriction to the type of device you play it on.
What To Expect?
All of the leaks that rumour mill has bestowed us with points out to the existence of three iPhone models – iPhone XC, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max (or Plus?) – continuing with Apple’s traditional nomenclature of iPhone devices every alternate year. There will be two iPhone models – iPhone XS and XS Max – bearing the OLED display while the cheapest of them all, the iPhone XC is said to come with an LCD display, thereby making up for the low price. All three models will be in harmony with the design that will be nearly identical to the iPhone X that introduced last year.
For the first time ever, Apple is highly anticipated to launch a dual-SIM iPhone, in its efforts to win customers after it saw tanking sales of iPhone in countries such as China and India. Reports suggest that the iPhone with dual-SIM support will be limited to the Chinese market only. Moreover, the Face ID technology will be omnipresent on all three models as Apple is believed to let go of the Home button. The most premium iPhone model in the lot is expected to cross last year’s threshold of $1,000 and cost $1,049. We will have a clear picture of everything once the event starts tomorrow. Stay tuned as we will be covering the event live.