iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus Event: How to Watch the Keynote Live

iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus Event: How to Watch the Keynote Live


  • Apple will live stream its 10th anniversary iPhone event
  • The event starts at 10:30PM IST Tuesday
  • You can follow us for minute by minute updates

The big Apple event is upon us. At the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Campus in Cupertino on Tuesday, Apple executives will bolt on stage to unveil as many as three new iPhone models, a new Apple Watch, and new software features as the company pushes to show how it is still the home of cutting edge technologies. If you’re looking forward to the iPhone unveiling — and you probably should as the event marks the 10th anniversary of the original iPhone – the good news is that much like previous years, Apple will be live streaming the event. Here’s how you can follow the event from the comfort of your couch at home.

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We will be live blogging the event on the website as well as live tweeting with images taken live from the event. Be sure to follow us on the website, where we will also have news articles, features, and opinions in detail. This will also help you save gigabytes of data that you would otherwise have to spend watching the event live.

How to watch the live stream

If you must, you can also watch the hours-long presentation on select devices. If you happen to own any of these devices: iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, or iPod touch, you can fire up the Safari Web browser and watch the live stream here. The event will begin at 10:30pm IST on Tuesday.

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You need to ensure that your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch is running iOS 9.0 (or above), a mobile software version Apple released two years ago. Apple TV fourth-generation users need to ensure that their device is running tvOS 6.2 or later.

For Windows users

If you don’t have any of the aforementioned Apple devices, you can still follow the stream on your Windows 10 PC by using Microsoft’s Edge Web browser on Windows 10.

If you have an Android device, or a PC that runs Windows 8.1 or any older software version, you won’t be able to live stream the event. In that case, you are encouraged to follow our website and social media profiles.

What to expect at the event

Over the weekend, much of what company plans to unveil got leaked. Developers combed through an unreleased, Apple-signed iOS 11 GM update to spot strings of codes that revealed that Apple plans to unveil three new iPhone models — the iPhone 8, the iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X.

Several crucial details about the looks and innards of the iPhone models have gotten leaked. The leaks suggest that Apple plans to make the new iPhone models near bezel-less. The iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X, in addition, will feature a host of sensors on the front-side, which will enable customers to unlock the iPhone by just looking at the device, and also perform a range of authentication features.

The iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X will feature 3GB of RAM, with the latter housing a six-core SoC, the first time for any iPhone models in the company’s history. You can have look at all the details about the new iPhone models here.

Additionally, Apple also plans to refresh the Apple Watch, introducing Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE cellular connectivity feature. The strings of code also revealed company’s plans to refresh the AirPods Bluetooth-enabled earphones.