Two weeks back we wrote about what you can expect from the Cupertino based tech giants during their keynote this fall – to keep it short and sweet, you’ll see the new internally upgraded iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and iOS 9 but there are whispers going around that an iPad and Apple TV refresh is also in the works, while the OS X El Capitan and watchOS 2 are likely to join in too.
Come September the 9th at 10 am (Pacific Daylight Time), which translates to the 10th of September, 1 am (GMT+8), Apple will provide its livestream of the keynote here. It’s pretty simple, just visit the site at the aforementioned time, and you’ll see the HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) of the big event. Here’s the catch, HLS (used to) only runs on iDevices (but this time around Apple has made some exceptions), so the following list of devices will support the stream:
iOS 7.0 or later on the Safari browser app
OS X v10.8.5 or later on Safari 6.0.5 or later
Windows 10 on Microsoft Edge
Apple TV (second or third-gen)
Software 6.2 or later
Chances are the 7,000 capacity Bill Graham Civic Auditorium will be packed with media outlets, so be sure to be one of the people to watch it as it happens. An incremental update to the iPhone 6, the 6s is sure to be only internally – upgrades are said to be tailored to a larger 2GB RAM, a faster A9 processor, a 12-megapixel camera sensor and assuming rumours are true, a Force Touch enabled Retina Display.
Are you excited? Tell us what else Apple might throw in this time around, in the comments below.