How to Watch Live Streaming of Apple’s September 12 iPhone Launch Event Online
Apple has recently confirmed its 2017 iPhone launch event for September 12 at the company's newly erected Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park campus in Cupertino. The next-gen 'iPhone 8' aka 'iPhone X' aka 'iPhone Edition' flagship phone is expected to be unveiled at the Theater, which is dedicated in memories of late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
tvOS (Apple TV)
Apart from the next-gen flagship phone, Apple is also expected to launch a new Apple TV with 4K+HDR support at the forthcoming event in Cupertino.
Curious Apple fans and tech enthusiasts can catch a glimpse of the high-profile iPhone launch event using an Apple TV connected to a full HD television set. The only pre-requisite is that you need a second, third or fourth-gen Apple TV running tvOS firmware 6.2 or higher with Apple Events app installed on it.
Android (smartphones and tablets)
Android users can also join the Apple's live-streaming service for the upcoming iPhone event by downloading and installing the VLC app from Google Play Store.
Once you have downloaded and installed the VLC app, just open the menu app > Choose Stream and enter the following URL: "http://p.events-delivery.apple.com.edgesuite.net/15pijbnaefvpoijbaefvpihb06/m3u8/atv_mvp.m3u8"
iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPad Touch)
The upcoming iPhone event can now be watched at your fingertips, using any of the iOS devices running iOS 9.0 or higher with Safari installed.
Just navigate to the URL: "apple.com/apple-events/September-2017/" on your cellphone browser to enjoy the live-streaming event precisely at 10am PDT on September 12.
Mac users can now tune into Apple's live-streaming service via the official website: "apple.com/apple-events/September-2017/", using the Safari browser. However, you need to be running macOS 10.11 or above in order to support the live-streaming capabilities on your system.
Windows PC users can also enjoy the live-streaming iPhone event from the comfort of their couch by navigating to "apple.com/apple-events/September-2017/", using the Microsoft Edge web browser.
That's it. You are all set to enjoy the exciting iPhone launch event from the comfort of your couch, using any of the aforementioned methods.
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