Apple To Live Stream Its September 12 iPhone Launch Event


Apple has just announced that it will be hosting the 2018 iPhone launch event on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theatre at 10 AM. The company has sent the event's invites with its own tagline 'Gather round'. We're expecting a lot from the event as we have previously heard numerous rumors on what we can look forward to. Now, we have also come to know that Apple will be live streaming its event as well. So let's dive in to see some more details on the event.

Apple Will Live Stream Its 2018 iPhone Launch Event

Just like every other Apple event, the company will stream the event on its website. If you're interested, you can add the event to your calendar from here. Now that the company's Apple Park is full in running process, the company will have a full live-streaming setup ready to go for any event.

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As for what the event will have in store for users is quite interesting. The 2018 iPhone launch event is going to be huge as we're expecting three new iPhone models to come out this year. While two iPhone models will feature an OLED panel, one would be a comparatively cheaper smartphone with an LCD display.

Other than this, it was previously speculated that Apple will also unveil the new Apple Watch Series 4 which will feature slimmer bezels. The display size will be marginally bigger than the current design, but the overall form factor would remain the same. In addition to this, the same design approach is being brought forward to the iPad Pro lineup as well. We're expecting slimmer bezels on the iPad Pro with support for Face ID.

Other than this, there will be other features part of the upgraded devices as well. Possibly, the company will have more surprises for us. We will be covering the event in detail, so be sure to stick around.

This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the matter? Let us know in the comments.