You can watch the Apple iPhone 7, Apple Watch 2 launch live here...

Easiest route to watch the grand affair then while using Mac use the Apple's Safari internet browser

You can watch the Apple iPhone 7, Apple Watch 2 launch live here...

Apple is getting ready for its D-Day September 7, 2016. The big Day as it launches yet another smartphone from its stable Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus  . Over the years , Apple iPhone launches have always been a glitzy affair and attended by tech enthusiasts from round the  world .

And the event in San Francisco  is widely expected to go as it had in the past as well.  The  high-profile event will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, which it seems to have become Apple's favourite venue for all its big product launches.

Given its past , it is a known fact that Apple always live streams its events . The live stream can be watched on iOS-based devices running version 7.0 or above. Moreover,  If you want the easiest route to watch the grand  affair  then while using  Mac use  the Apple's Safari internet browser. Once you go there all one needs to do is to open up  Safari and head straight to the Apple designated web page where one finds the September 2016 event , which will host a live video stream of the Apple launch event. Some leading tech websites too are gearing up for the big day and aim to do live blog of the  same.

If you have Windows 10, as you can use Microsoft's Edge web browser to view the livestream from Apple's webpage for its September 2016 event, much as you can on a Mac. One can also watch the live stream over a second- or third-generation Apple.
  iPhone 7 is coming to the audience, and its ardent fans worldwide, not without springing  surprises. These attributes make Apple iPhones garner attention and create a buzz every time they come out with a new product . And this time too it is no different .  The highlight of the upcoming iPhone 7 models according to  various media reports is that it might come out with a lightning connector primarily aimed to connect the earpods. Till now  iPhone models have according to reports arrived with a 3.5mm audio jack. The company might also introduce Bluetooth-enabled earpods.

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