It all began when Apple sent out the invites for an event on Sept 7 to the members of the media. In a rather cryptic manner, all the invite said was “See you on the 7th.” Most of us automatically assumed that the invite is meant for the iPhone 7 launch event since it is already that time of the year when Apple treats us with a new iPhone. We would also like you to take a look at how my colleague Nimish Dubey tries to deduce the Apple invite in a typical Sherlock style and its ruddy good!
Also, the 7th in “See you on the 7th” can be a subtle way for Apple to hint at how the event will unfurl. The presentation will go live on next Wednesday, Sept.7 at Pacific time 1.p.m. The event will be held at Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco and will be live streamed as has been the case in recent times. Here is how you can watch the same
Watch iPhone 7 Launch Event Online
- Microsoft Windows – You can catch the show live by using the Edge Browser, of course you need to be running Windows 10.
- Apple TV – In order to watch the live stream of the event you need to own a second or a third-generation Apple TV that is currently running software 6.2 and up.
- Mac – The event can be live streamed on Mac provided you meet the minimum prerequisites of OS X v10.8.5 alongside Safari 6.0.5 and needless to say all the other versions of software above the mentioned minimal.
- iPhone, iPad – You can watch the stream on the Safari browser with iOS version iOS 7.0 and up.
Also, here is the link that you need to bookmark to watch the live stream and just in case you can also add it to your calendar.
iPhone 7 Keynote Live Blogs
Just in case you’re unable to live stream the iPhone 7 event, and prefer some quality live blogs, we have listed down some of our favorites.
What to expect?
The rumor mills have been gallivanting when it comes to the iPhone 7 rumors but again it is most likely that we will be sure only after the unveiling. Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 7, 7 Plus and mostly the Apple Watch 2. Furthermore, it’s also very likely that Apple will ditch the standard 3.5mm audio jack, and 7 Plus is expected to have dual rear cameras. If you are waiting with bated breath for the updated MacBook line-up, you need to hold your breath a little longer as the new MacBooks are expected to be unveiled only later this year.