Apple has announced that they will be holding a special event. It will be taking place on the 12th of September and it will start at 10AM Pacific Time (6 PM UK time). If you are curious, the event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theatre at the recently-built Apple campus.
Coincidentally, I can also confirm that Apple will be broadcasting a live video stream of the event on their website. You can find a link to Apple’s live video stream right here.
Let’s also take a look at what Apple introduced at this time last year. Well, of course, we got the iPhone X. We also got the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 +. We also got a new Apple Watch and the 4k Apple TV. As with more recent events, this is where Apple has (in the past at least) introduced new hardware.
So what will you need to watch the event?
- You can view the stream in Safari on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch on iOS 10 or later
- You can also view it in Safari on a mac with Mac OS Sierra (10.12) or later
- If you have a Windows 10 PC then you can watch the stream with Microsoft Edge.
- Streaming via Apple TV requires an Apple TV 2nd generation (or later) with the latest version of the Apple TV software or TV OS.
As always, after the event, I will bring you my first impressions of any announcements that Apple might make.