Apple recently announced that it would be holding its annual fall keynote event on September 12 at 10 a.m. PDT. While there has been plenty of speculation about what company will introduce during the special event, one thing is certain, Apple will announce many exciting new devices come next Wednesday.
Apple is likely to unveil its long-rumored series of new iPhones and if those rumors turn out to be true, we are looking at the introduction of three new models. A recent leak suggested that the new lineup would consist of premium 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED display models, both sharing the iPhone XS moniker according to reports, and a third budget friendly 6.1-inch LCD display model.
While all of the attention has centered around the upcoming iPhone models, it has also been suggested that the company will reveal fresh new looks for some of their other products. The massive leak particularly featured a new Apple Watch that experts predict is the successor of the Series 3, the Apple Watch Series 4. Also, don’t be surprised if you see a new model of the iPad Pro thrown into the mix for good measure.
The fall keynote will take place at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California in front of an invite-only audience. Fortunately for us, Apple will live stream the event.
For those wanting to watch from home, here is how to stream Apple’s 2018 fall keynote event.
For the best viewing experience, Apple suggests that you stream the event on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using Safari on iOS 10 or later.
If you are using a Mac, use Safari on macOS Sierra 10.12 or later.
- To live stream the event, simply go to the Apple Events page on September 12 at 10 a.m. PDT.
- Apple will also stream the event on Twitter.
For those with Apple TV, there is no need to watch from the event website. Apple TV owners can download the Apple Events App from the App Store. The event will be featured the day of September 12.
For PC users, Apple suggests using Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge.