The event will be taking place at:
US – 10am PST
– 11am MST
– 12pm CT
– 1pm EST
UK – 6:00pm
France – 7:00pm
Germany – 7:00pm
Japan – 2:00am (Thursday)
Australia – 3:00am (Thursday)
New Zealand – 6:00am (Thursday)
How to stream the event:
You can stream the Apple event by going here – www.apple.com/live
Streaming the event will require an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch with Safari running at least iOS 7. PC users will be happy to know that Apple now supports streaming on the new Windows 10 via the Edge browser.
If rumors are anything to go by, today is going to be a jam-packed day. We’re expecting Apple to announce the iPhone 6s, the iPad Pro and the gaming focussed Apple TV.
The iPhone 6s is supposedly going to come equipped with a 12 mega-pixel camera, Force Touch, motion wallpapers, an ‘always-on’ Siri and more – see here.
The iPad Pro will apparently be 12.9 inches and will come with optional accessories like Apple’s own bluetooth keyboard and stylus. According to the rumors and reports, it will be priced around $700.
The Apple TV is expected to be priced around $149, focus heavily on gaming, have integrated Siri, and come with a Wii-like motion controlled remote. It may be announced today and released in October – see here.
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