Today Apple is holding a special keynote event to officially introduce the iPhone 6. Over 20 million people streamed Apple’s last live event. This year’s turnout will probably be equal to that number or even higher. There’s been a lot of buzz about the new iOS features and upcoming product releases. The rumor mill has been running wild. Apple is expected to unveil two new iPhone models and their first smart watch. They also suppose to cover a new payment system that they’re implementing.
It’s going to be very interesting to see if Apple’s upcoming iWatch can conquer the wearable device market. So far nobody has been able to successfully transition wearable devices into the mainstream. Samsung Galaxy Gear’s line which was launched last year received a negative reception from tech critics and consumers. However the company hasn’t given up yet, they are planning on releasing a new smart watch soon. At the IFA Consumer Electronics Trade Show Samsung, LG, Sony, and ASUS previewed their upcoming wearable devices. iWatch is going to have a lot of competition in the coming months. The unveiling at today’s keynote is going to be exciting.
Apple’s Live Stream Event for iPhone 6
Anyone interested in watching the event can access the live stream link located on their website. Although the link is available on their homepage, the live streaming video only plays on Safari 5.1.10 or later, on OS X v10.6.8 or later, or Safari iOS 6.0 or later. If you don’t have an Apple product that will play the video, there are several notable tech blogs that are providing live feeds of the keynote that you can watch. MacWorld, The Verge, Recode, Ars Technica are great resources.
The Apple’s keynote is scheduled to begin at 10am Pacific Time and 1pm Eastern Time.
Here’s the link to their homepage – Apple.com
(Source: Quartz )