apple September event

Yes it is here! The event every Apple fanboy keeps waiting for every year! September 12th 10 a.m PDT at the new Steve Jobs Theater, in company’s new Spaceship Campus Head Quarters.

What to Expect on this Apple Special Event?

Usually over the past years, the company has kept following a pattern of launch events of their products. It usually goes like this:

June : WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference), where they usually announce new iOS, MacOS, TVOS, and WatchOS versions and lot of developers stuff.

September : Special Events, which are more interesting as we are introduced with the latest iPhone, Apple Watch, TV etc.

October : These events don’t occur every year, but they usually have new MacBooks and iPads to introduce in these events!

This year, tech giant has sent out invites to press and media for it’s September event to be held on 12th September at the Steve Jobs Theater, the invite says “Let’s meet at our Place”. This is the first-ever event to be held at company’s new Head Quarters called Spaceship Campus.

So, this is the September event. Now as it is a odd year i.e. 2017, it usually launches an upgrade to the previous launched model. In a more general way, even year means a new model and odd year means a ‘S’ model. Which means following it’s pattern Apple will be launching the iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus.


But, this time as it is 10th anniversary of iPhone from (2007 to 2017), the company is launching a new model of the iPhone, yes you know it! It’s the iPhone 8. So, finally we get to know everything about the iPhone 8. Along with this they might also be launching the new Apple Watch 3 series, and maybe a new 4K TV.

We don’t know what else the tech giant might have up it’s sleeves as it is the 10th year anniversary of the iPhone! There maybe some surprises for us in the event. Although most of the details get leaked on the internet, finally we can get confirmation.

Where to Watch the Special Event Online?

You can watch the Event on company’s official website by clicking on this link –> Click Here <– at 10 am PDT.

You will need an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with Safari on iOS 7.0 or later, a Mac with Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later, or a PC with Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. Streaming via Apple TV requires an 2nd or 3rd generation with software 6.2 or later or an 4th generation.

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