September 12, 2017: The biggest tech event of the year is finally here. At its 10th anniversary, Apple is set to launch “iPhone X” with a price as stunning as its rich screen was expected to be the star at an Apple event today at its new campus in Silicon Valley.
A fresh leak of new software for Apple iPhone X appeared to confirm rumors that the company will unveil three new iPhone models, with the most radical changes packed into a top-of-the-line “X” version.
Evidence suggests that two iPhone 8 models would essentially be improved version of predecessors, while the “X” version will boast an improved quality edge-to-edge screen, advanced augmented reality capabilities, and facial recognition instead of a “home” button to unlock the screen, analysts said.
Along with new iPhone models, the company may also announce launch other products including the Apple Watch 3, an Apple TV with 4K support and updated versions of the iPhone 7 & 7 Plus.
Where to watch the event?
The highly anticipated event will start at 10am PDT (10:45PM in Nepal) on September 12 and will be held at the Steve Jobs Theatre in Apple’s brand new Apple Park campus. You can watch the event live by heading over to Apple’s official website via any iOS device, Mac laptop/desktop (using Safari) or the Edge browser in Windows. This time, Apple is a bit curious, that’s why it’s not allowing the event to be streamed using the Chrome or Firefox web browsers. You can also download the Apple Events app for Apple TV and watch it there.