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Apple event today at 10:30 PM IST, everything we know so far & how to watch it live?

Apple event today at 10:30 PM IST, everything we know so far & how to watch it live?

by Best Tech Guru TeamSeptember 9, 2015

Finally the day has come! After so many rumours, leaks and speculations for months, everybody is geared up for Apple’s big event later today at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Let’s for the final time, see what we know till now and what we can expect from the event and also how to watch the event live.

iPhone 6S leaked photos

First of all, let’s talk about the new iPhones- iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. The rumors gathered till now suggest that the new iPhones may have 1.5GHz tri-core A9 64-bit processor with 2GB RAM. They are expected to come with upgraded 12MP camera and a “3D Touch” display that will distinguish between tap, short press and long press. The dimensions and design of the new iPhones are said to be the similar with the current iPhone 6 & 6 Plus.

Other devices which may be revealed today are iPad pro and iPad Mini 4. The first may sport 12.9 inch display, powered by Apple’s A9X chip while the later may come with 7.39-inch display, and a faster A8 processor. Both iPads may feature TouchID fingerprint sensor.

The next generation Apple TV might also get introduced to the world today. While nothing much has been rumored about it in the market, it is expected to come with Touch Pad remote and the new Apple TV will possibly have integration with Siri, which will allow to monitor our TV by commanding Siri.

Siri reminds me to tell you that the new rumors also suggest that a smarter Siri may also get launched along with the new iOS 9.


So, today’s event is not just about the new iPhones and with all these products launching in a single event, one would surely not like to miss it. So here’s how you can watch the event live.

Apple will broadcast today’s event live starting at 10.30 pm IST at:

iPhone, iPad holders need to have Safari browser on iOS7 or later while Mac users will need Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later. For the first time, Apple will also allow PC users to watch the live stream. Windows users who have upgraded to Windows 10 can watch the event through its new Edge browser. And of course all this of will be no useful if you don’t have proper internet connection.

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