Apple to live-stream its upcoming September 9 media event
Earlier today, Apple sent out invites for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus launch event that will be held on September 9th at the Graham Bell Civic Auditorium. For those unlucky souls who are not invited to the event though, the company will also be live streaming the event.
Like the company’s major events held in the past two years, the September 9 event should be presented at the www.apple.com/live micro-site in the blog format, with cherry-picked tweets, juicy photos and quotes updating in real-time right below the video stream.
The live stream requires an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac with Safari, or a Windows 10 based PC using the Edge browser. This will be the first time that Apple will be supporting Windows based PCs officially for its live stream.
Apple acknowledges live streaming uses its HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) technology.
The upcoming media event is widely expected to serve as a launchpad for next-generation iPhone, iPad and Apple TV devices, though Apple in the past unveiled new iPhones in September and iPads in October.