Apple on Thursday announced that it will be providing a live stream of its September 9th media event, which kicks off at 10:00 AM Pacific. Apple traditionally makes these streams available through iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV. The event is expected to feature the unveiling of the iPhone 6 and so-called iWatch, potentially alongside a myriad of other products and services announcements.
The upcoming media event promises to be one of the most exciting Apple pressers in recent years, perhaps evidenced by the company’s decision to hold the keynote at the Flint Center instead of its traditional Moscone West venue. In fact, the iPhone maker has even been constructing an expansion on the Flint Center to house additional people, suggesting that it has a lot of exciting news to share.
Apple sent invites to the press last week for the event, teasing that it wishes it could say more. The company has now posted a countdown on its website for the event, which at this point shows less than five days remaining until the excitement kicks off. If you want, there is an option to add the event to your device’s calendar through this page. If you are on a Mac, simply click on the link, open the file that downloads and add the event.
If you haven’t already, be sure to read our iPhone 6 Rumor Roundup and iWatch Rumor Roundup for expected features, leaked components and more. It is almost surreal to think that Apple will unveil both devices at the September 9th event, but that appears to be the case.
iPhoneHacks will be providing comprehensive coverage of the September 9 event.
You can visit Apple’s website for the live countdown to the event.