Apple events are big tech industry affairs. People from all walks of life watch these as Apple announces the next big thing they have to offer. A lot of these people might be Apple enthusiasts or people who are already way deep into the Apple Ecosystem. But there are a lot of other people like us who are just excited about the latest hardware and software that Apple has to offer.
This year’s big September 12 Apple event is also nothing different. Apple is going to announce three new iPhones reportedly, a new $1000 replacement to the MacBook Air, a new iPad, the finished iOS 12 and a lot more.
Some rumours claim that the Apple Air Power wireless charging mat that they showcased last year is going to be available publicly from this year. The 5.8 inch iPhone XS would be something of a spec bump upgrade with almost similar externals to last year’s iPhone X and would have a better processor and few other under the hood enhancements.
More iPhone 2018 leaks from September 12 Apple Event
There will also be a bigger 6.5 inch model for the people who want a really big screen. Many premature rumours claim that it would be called the iPhone XS Max instead of being called the iPhone XS Plus.
While a lot of Android manufacturers have set the tone with almost notch-less displays along with amazing innovation even in the budget segment within a year. We now have smartphones like Vivo Nex and Oppo Find X which boast a completely notch free design.
Some smartphones like the Vivo V11 Pro are also out which come with waterdrop style notch and the same would be the case of the upcoming OnePlus 6T if initial leaks and rumours are to be believed.
Will the “NOTCH” go away?
But it seems like Apple won’t be breaking out of the notch world any time soon as their infrared based Face ID would most definitely be present on the newer iPhones too.
Amongst all of these announcements, the most promising one seems to be the third iPhone model which is rumoured to be an LCD one with a 6.1-inch display and even dual sim iPhone functionality for the first time around.
Many people are claiming that the LCD model would be called the iPhone 9 or even iPhone 2018 but let’s just wait till Apple officially settles down on a name for this product. We are just days away from the launch and the hype brigade is on in full steam.
More Apple products from the September 12 Apple Event
Apple Watch Series 4 with a revamped UI is also expected to be showcased at this event. And honestly, the Apple Watch is one of the only smartwatches we have seen people actually using. So an upgrade is rather welcome!
The series 4 Apple watch is also expected to sport a different design from the previous generations with a more edge to edge display. The leaked images also show a design which is more geared towards waterproofing. The new series 4 watch is expected to come with Watch OS 5 and more UI based improvements.
There are also rumours about an upgrade to Apple’s Airpods 2018 this year with support for hands-free Siri and a newer case which might support wireless charging. All of this would be facilitated by a new wireless chip.
It’s also rumoured that after 1 year of silence Apple might finally announce the pricing and availability details of the AirPower mat.
We also expect that Apple might replace the default 5W USB charger that comes bundled with the iPhones with a 19w USB-C charger which would be able to fast charge the newer models, and they might even upgrade to a USB-C to lightning cable or ditch the lightning interface all together!
But here comes the important question
“How to watch the September 12 Apple Event”?
If you are someone with an Apple device, be it a Mac, iPad, Apple TV or iPhone then it would be very easy for you. Just head over to this page on Apple website on the event date and there would be a stream over there to check out stuff.
Even for people with Windows 10 based PCs with Microsoft Edge browser installed it won’t be that much of a hassle.
Even if you miss out on the event, you can always watch it later on on the Apple Events page. You can expect the whole event to be somewhere around 2-2.5 hours in duration. There would be some sales mumbo jumbo in the beginning but with so many products to showcase expect that to be a very minor part of the presentation.
How to watch the iPhone 2018 launch on a PC or Mac
You need to have Safari on macOS 10.11 or newer versions in order to watch the event on a Mac. On a Windows 10 based system, you would need the Microsoft Edge browser to watch during the live stream. The replays can be watched even on PCs with Windows 7 or Windows 8.
To watch the event simply go to the September 12 Apple Event 2018 Events page.
How to watch the iPhone 2018 launch on iPhone or iPad
Apple always claims that the keynote videos are best experienced on Apple devices themselves. So, on Apple devices like the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad running iOS 10 or later you can experience the Apple Event using Safari for iOS.
To watch or rewatch the keynote use the same link as above: September 12 Apple Event 2018 page.
How to watch the iPhone 2018 launch on Apple TV devices
If you are an Apple TV user then the process to watch the Apple September event is a little different. Instead of going to a site for this you would be able to access and Apple events application just sometime before the event. Once it has been opened, users would be welcome by an option to watch the live stream of the September 12 event.
You need to have a 2nd generation or above Apple TV with 6.2 or later software in order to watch the event.
Apple TV users would be able to rewatch the whole keynote using the Apple Events App anytime they like in the later future.
iPhone 2018 launch live stream
If somehow you are not able to watch the Apple live stream because of any reason we would live stream the whole event in Hindi on our channel Inspire2Hindi for people who don’t want to miss out.
As soon as the event gets over you can also find our detailed coverage of the same on Inspire2Rise.com here!
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