Apple is broadcasting the iPhone 6 and iWatch unveiling today live online on the Apple site and on the Apple TV.
Today is the big day for all Apple fans. Apple will unveil the iPhone 6 devices and maybe also the iWatch in a matter of minutes. Apple is going to offer a live video stream from the highly anticipated iPhone 6 event on the Apple site. Are you ready and set?
You need to use a Safari browser on a Mac, iPad or iPhone. Apple also added the Apple Events channel on the Apple TV and you can watch on your TV. The iPhone 6 live streaming video requires Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X v10.6.8 or later; Safari on iOS 6.0 or later. Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later.
Apple is offering the iPhone 6 live video stream here. The live video stream will start at 10am PDT. The company is already posting Tweets and photos from the event. Apple's Eddy Cue Tweets: "Just got to Moscone, where is everyone! Funny joke!
The latest rumor contains the alleged iPhone 6 specs that include waterproof and dustproof besides the known specifications. Apple is expected to unveil two iPhone 6 models today along a wearable device that is possibly the elusive iWatch. The latest rumors focused on the NFC payment functionality that Apple might introduce today.
It is always great when Apple is offering a live video stream. This way we do not have to rely on live bloggers and just enjoy the Apple show like the journalists invited to the Apple event.
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Read the latest Apple News ahead of the Apple Event here.