We all know that Apple is preparing to launch a new generation of iPhones tomorrow. The Cupertino-based company has already distributed the invites for the forthcoming event which is scheduled to happen on September 7. Just like it has been doing for years, this time too, the tech giant will live telecast the launch to Apple enthusiasts from every corner of the world. Going by the rumors, we expect two new iPhones this year, the standard iPhone 7 and a bigger iPhone 7 Plus. Read along to know how you can live stream the launch ceremony right in your smartphones and PCs.
The upcoming iPhones will come with identical design language to the present generation iPhone 6S series. One of the most distinctive aspects of the new iPhone 7 family is the probable absence of a 3.5 mm headphone port. Speculations suggest that Apple will substantially upgrade the camera hardware in the forthcoming smartphones. There is a significant possibility that starting from this year, the base models of iPhones will sport 32 GB internal memory instead of 16 GB.
Various analysts further predict that we might get to see a brand new Mac and an Apple Watch 2 in the coming launch event. The Cupertino giant will hold the show at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The invite-only ceremony will begin from 10:00 hours in the Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) which is 22:30 hours in Indian Standard Time (IST) or 18:00 hours in British Summer Time (BST) or 13:00 hours in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT). You will be able to see it live from the start itself from your smartphones or PCs.
How to Watch the Launch Live from Your Mac, iPad, iPhone or iPod?
Apple has kept it real simple for its in-house viewers. Those who want to watch the event live on their Mac, iPad, iPhone or iPod just need to go to Apple’s September 2016 event Web Page through the Safari Browser. Please keep in mind that only iPad, iPhone or iPod users running iOS version 7 or higher can view the live stream.
How to Watch the Launch Live from Your Windows, Android or Linux Devices?
Those who are running the latest Windows 10 OS on their PCs can live stream the event as smoothly as the Mac owners. It is possible due the fact that Apple has recently made this functionality available for Microsoft’s brand new Edge Web Browser. The Windows 10 users will have to visit the same Apple’s September 2016 event Web Page to watch the live telecast.
However, things are not that simple for the people who still work on the older Windows versions or want to view the event live on their smartphones or Linux devices. Still, there is a dependable way around to solve the problem. To visualize the latest iPhone 7 launch live, you need to have a network streaming supported video player.
We would highly recommend that you use the VLC Media Player for this purpose. In order to watch the upcoming event, first you have to copy the video URL of the live stream. After that, you need to paste it at the “Open Network Stream” or “Open MRL” option of VLC or any other media player application.
The video URL will be available immediately after the launch begins. We shall be updating the post with it as soon as possible. Just visit here at 10 am PDT or 10:30 pm IST on 7th September to get it.