Today, September 12th marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone and Apple is all set to make the day special by unveiling its next-generation iPhone X and two other iPhone devices, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

Apple’s event today will be the public debut of the new Steve Jobs Theater at the brand new Apple Park corporate campus in Cupertino, California. The event will begin at 1 PM Eastern time (10 AM Pacific).

How to watch the event live?

To catch the event live on your screens, Apple will be live-streaming on its website. Though, it should be noted that Apple does not allow its events to be streamed using the Chrome or Firefox web browsers, so you’ll need to use the Safari browser on Mac, iPhone, or iPad or the Microsoft Edge browser on Windows 10 PC.

Apple TV

For those who own an Apple TV, they will easily be able to stream the Apple event through the Event application. The application will have to be downloaded on the fourth generation Apple TV. While, for the 2nd or 3rd generation Apple TV, viewers will need to upgrade to the OS 6.2 or above.

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