Apple is gearing up to reveal its long anticipated line-up of new products. The Silicon valley tech giant is slated to unveil three new iPhones, a follow-up to the Apple watch series, and a redesigned version of the MacBook Air. The event will take place at the Apple park in Cupertino, California. Can’t catch a flight to Cali? We’ll let you know how you can stream the event from the comfort of your personal (or work) device.
MacBook, iPad and iPhone
If you’ve got one of these devices, you can catch the launch through the Apple Special Event website on your Safari browser. Your iOS version must be 10 however, and your Mac’s OS should be upgraded to Sierra.
Apple recently tweeted that they will be live streaming the event on their Twitter — now we can window shop and live tweet, score.
The Apple Event will be available through the ‘Events’ app on both the fourth and fifth-generation of Apple TV devices. If you haven’t got the app, it is readily available for download on the App Store.
For my good old Windows users, the Apple Special Event website can be accessed the Microsoft Edge browser on a desktop or laptop. Bookmark this page here to stay updated.
What are you looking forward to seeing?