The countdown for the most awaited smartphone launch has begun. And all enthusiasts of this phone wish that they could be a part of the event. It is practically impossible for its worldwide fans to not only make it to the event but also for the company to house such a large number of people. The catch is that even if you aren’t physically present, you can get live updates about the iPhone 8 launch. Apple Inc. which is usually very exclusive about its press release has decided to broadcast it worldwide and that too live. This is in regard with the high anticipation around the iPhone 8 and to build it even more.
The excitement for the iPhone 8 launch went an octave higher when the tech giant failed to maintain its secrecy. A few weeks back, leaked pictures of the flagship phone started coming out in the market. Since then, the speculations have never stopped. With the constant reminder of the next iPhone coming out soon, the audience is counting days till its launch. Apart from iPhone 8, one might get to witness the launch of other Apple devices as well. Therefore this event is like a wonderland for the tech lover.
Gain access to the iPhone 8 launch
According to the official announcement made by Apple, the iPhone 8 launch will take place on the 12th of September this year. The event will take place at the new Steve Jobs Theater situated in the Apple Park in California. As it is not possible for all Apple fans to attend the event, the tech giant has decided to live-stream it. This means that whether you are at work, commuting, or simply lazing around at home, you can be a part of the launch. So if you want to boast about tech know-how to your friends, all you got to do is have your smartphone with you.
The event will begin at 10 a.m. according to the PDT zone. The live streaming will take place on the official Apple website. One can watch this event on his iPhone, Mac, iPad, Apple TV, or the Edge Browser of the Windows 10 PC. If you own an Apple TV set-top box from the second, third, or fourth generation, then all you need to do is go to the Apple Events Channel. It’s a two-hour long event but in case you don’t have that much time to spare, you can read its summary right here.