Apple is holding a invite only event on September 9. But if you don’ have invite and wish to see the event live, then you don’t need to worry. Apple has announced that they live stream the event on their website.
Apple has created a dedicated page at Apple.com/live. The news about streaming the event was confirmed by Apple CEO Tim Cook. He took the twitter to confirm the news.
Apple – Live – Countdown to the Apple Special Event. Wish I could say more. I hope you can join us. http://t.co/2Iudkgv8NW
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) September 4, 2014
This event look really big for Apple, as for the first time Apple has created a countdown timer for the event. Apple has also created a dedicated page for the live stream. Apple usually streams the event on its Events page without any countdown timer.
The invite for the event reads “Wish we could say more” which itself is very cryptic. The landing page also has cryptic code. The page says “Live video from our special event will be right here. And so will a whole lot more. Join us at Apple.com on September 9 at 10 a.m. PDT to follow every moment”.
The page also contains a button to add the event to the calendar. After clicking the button “Add to your Calendar” The event is saved in your device calendar app.
Apple is widely expected to launch two iPhone 6, one with 4.7 inch and other with 5.5 inch. Apple is also expected to launch long rumored smartwatch allegedly called as “iWatch“.
Apart from all these iPhone 6 will also come with relocated power/wake up button. The power button is now shifted to the right side. The design of volume rocker is also changed.
Lets wait for the official announcement from Apple on September 9 and see what has in their bags for us. Stay tuned for more news about iPhone 6.