Apple is announcing its next generation iPhone 7 tomorrow. The event starts at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET and here’s a look at how and where to watch it.
Apple iPhone 7 Keynote
You can view the keynote from Apple’s website using the following:
- Safari 6.0.5 or higher on OS X version 10.8.5
- Safari for iOS 7.0 or higher
- Apple TV 2nd, 3rd, or 4th generation set-top boxes via the Apple Events App
- Microsoft Edge on Windows 10
And if you miss the event, but want to watch it later, Apple will have it on-demand later that day so you can watch it if you can’t see it live.
Rumors are the new iPhone will have up to 256 GB of storage, support for lighting EarPods as well as a headphone jack. Also, there may be two different models running iOS 10 with dual cameras.
It’s also expected the company will show off an Apple Watch 2. It will allegedly have a larger battery and standalone GPS.
Whether we see these device specs remains to be seen, and there could always be that “One more thing.” But we’ll have to wait until tomorrow to get all the facts.
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