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Apple set to launch new iPhones tonight

12 Setiembre 2017
Apple set to launch new iPhones tonight

And because it is Apple, you know the company will want the AR glasses to be as seamless as possible.

Discussion of new features has spiked interest in the new device to above that of rival Samsung and its new Note 8 smartphone, according to one industry analyst.

Apple's live stream for today's event will be available at this link. However the company is launching iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, there is a special 10th edition from the company which is iPhone X and it is grabbing the public attention.

Live at 1 p.m. Eastern time, Apple will hold its semi-annual new product annoucement, showing off the $1,000 iPhone X, and the less-expensive iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

The handset is designed with promising features that include wireless charging, facial recognition, and edge to edge display. We will also be covering the event via live blog.

We'll be blogging the whole thing! (It won't work until the event itself has started.) Note that watching this way doesn't always work and the live stream can sometimes quit.

With the introduction of the Apple TV 4K the Siri Remote gets a subtle redesign with a new white circle around the menu
Apple set to launch new iPhones tonight

The latest Apple TV will be officially known as Apple TV 4K.

Apple event will start streaming at 10:30pm IST on Tuesday. The iPhone X should come with a new video recording resolution and capture speeds. If you do not own an iOS device, you could follow the live stream on a Windows 10 PC by using Microsoft's Edge Web browser on Windows 10.

You can also catch up with the updates from Apple on social media by following #Appleevent or #iPhone8.

Users need to ensure that their Apple devices are running latest version of operating system. The company uses HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) technology to live broadcast its events.

If you don't have time to pay attention to the entire hours-long livestream or you simply don't want to hear Tim Cook drone on about the App Store sales numbers, we've got you covered. It's also said to feature a glass back to facilitate inductive wireless charging.