Apple iPhone X and iPhone 8 launch

Apple is expected to skip on the S versions of last year's lineup, and instead launch the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus as it moves away from its tick-tock development cycle.

Essentially, whatever device you plan on using to stream the event, now is the time to make sure it's all up to date.

Naturally, the iPhone X will be the most powerful and most modern out of the three upcoming devices. On PC Yes, you can even watch on PC!

It's been 10 years since Apple's iPhone was introduced.

Speculation surrounding what's next in the pipeline starts right after Apple holds its biggest event on September 12 event ever year.

It also might arrive a bit later than cheaper iPhone 8 models because of production delays on those OLED screens, according to TechCrunch. The new smartphone will have a feature called Portrait Lighting, which is an enhancement to the depth-of-focus feature.

Apple will be launching this phone in the Steve Jobs theatre, in the new Apple Park Campus, which is also the first time all set to launches here.

The stream can be viewed on Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation are compatible), and you will need to run software version 6.2 or later, or have a 4th generation Apple TV.

TechCrunch thinks Apple is ready to release an LTE model for the Apple Watch. The Indian Express says that the aluminium chassis design offered by the company in the iPhone 7 series will continue with the iPhone 8.

As Vox reported, the launch "is also a ideal time to demonstrate the capabilities of the next version of Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 11, which has been available to developers in beta mode for some time now but which will come to consumers soon".

For the Mac users, people required to be in the Safari on macOS v10.11 or later.

There is also another new unlocking feature that allows you to unlock your phone by simply looking at it. This technology, already used in the Apple Watch, is said to be high on users' wishlists.

The other product could possibly be an Apple TV with 4K resolution support and live sport streaming capability, operating on a faster and improved processor.

  • Carolyn Briggs