Apple iPhone 7 Launch Scheduled Later Today: Here's How to Watch the Event Live

Less than a week ago, Apple sent out the media invites for an event to be held on September 7. And, we are just 24 hours away from the launch event.

Apple iPhone 7 to Launch Today: Here's How to Watch the Event Live

Now, the invite was sent out written as ' See you on Sept 7' and we already know what could possibly Apple unveil today at the event. The next generation iPhones are expected along with the upgrade to the Apple Watch.

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The invite also has the event time and location. The event is scheduled to be held at Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco on Wednesday, September 7 at Pacific time 1PM ( 10:30PM IST).

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As expected, the event will be live telecasted all over the world, but there's a catch to watch the event. And, here are all the possible ways to watch the Apple Keynote event live.

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Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

Macbook

All the Macbook users can watch the event live by opening their Safari browser. However, the Safari browser version should be 6.0.5 and above.

Apple Tv

Users who own a second or third generation of Apple Tv with TvOS 6.2 and up can be able to watch the event live.

iPhone, iPad, and iPod

Users with any of the iPhone, iPadm or iPod can stream the event live. However, they should be running iOS 7.0 and later to stream the video.

Microsoft Edge Browser

This is a new addition as Apple never provided support for other devices apart its own Apple devices. Now, you need to be on Windows 10 as Edge browser comes preinstalled with the Windows 10 itself.

Alternative Ways

If you don't own any of the above mentioned device, then you should rely on some blogs such as The Verge, Engadget, Android Central to watch the event live.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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