September 7th: iPhone 7 Event Time Table and Streaming Options

Apple has just sent out the invitation for its next big event to unveil iPhone 7. Everyone was waiting for this moment. Rumors and rumors were spreading all around the web when it was going to happen. Finally, it is on September 7th.

Though Apple never discloses what they are going to unveil in this event, but the headline clearly indicates it’s going to be next generation iPhone 7.

iPhone 7 Event

Besides the new iPhone, there are some other announcements are also expected related to other products. For instances, the new version of Apple Watch, most probably Watch 2 or whatever they name it, is also being rumored to be unveiled at the same time.

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Along with the hardware, the software line will also be refreshed with new updates. As usual, iOS 10 GM version will be rolled out the same day. This version will come pre-installed on the newest iPhone 7.  We will also see the videos and demonstrations of the upcoming versions of watchOS 3 and tvOS 10.

There will be some entertainment for the attendees. Yes, you guessed it right, Music. At the end, you will be honored with the sweet voice of a popular band.

When iPhone 7 event will start in my region?

September 7th event will commence at 10:00AM PT, at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. If you want to know what will be the time in your city when iPhone 7 event kicks off, here is the Time table chart.

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How can I stream and watch iPhone 7 Event at home?

If you are not invited in this event :), don’t worry. You can watch it at your own home with your own comfort level and you can do it without spending a penny. Luckily, Apple streams its events live. In the early days, only Mac, iPad or iPhone users could watch it and the windows users had to use some hack to stream the event. But now you can get the streaming data at your PC.

The best source of live streaming is, of course, Apple’s own website. There will be some other third-party channels but they will be re-broadcasting the session.

If you are away from the fast internet, you can follow some popular tech blogs, like Engadget, theVerge etc to follow the live updates with screenshots.

Some twitter handles will also be tweeting about the important announcements.

Let’s see what we will get in this event.


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