We all know that Apple loves to put a spotlight on their new products, and we also know that Apple puts out a new iPhone every year. This year, it is the iPhone 7 (and more than likely the iPhone 7 Plus) that will be unveiled, and it could also be the time for the unveiling of the Apple Watch 2. In addition to those two Apple devices, there could be some more devices, and this is what is known about Apple's Announcement with its release date and how to watch it online or livestream the event.
The announcement will take place on September 7 (the Wednesday after Labor Day) at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. It will begin on 10 AM Pacific Time.
According to CNET, it is expected that iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, or whatever it will be called. Apple CEO Tim Cook will be on deck to introduce it. Apple's smartphone unveiling last year was the iPhone 6S model, and the "S" editions are usually not too different from the model of the previous year.
This year could be a complete rework of Apple's cash cow, and there has been a lot of rumors about the redesign. For example, there is the possibility of an improved camera with a dual lens system. Some of the other bigger rumors include no home button, which means that something else will have to be there. Then there is the possibility of no headphone jack, which means that you got to either go Bluetooth or there might be some way to connect the headphone jack to the charging port.
Then there is the possibility of the Apple Watch, which is due for an upgrade. Some say that the Apple Watch is overdue for an upgrade with the Apple Watch 2, and there could be some new features including GPS tracking, as well as a better activity tracker.
Other announcements that could be made include more re-promotion of iOS 10. It was first announced at WWDC 10, so it will be put on more display with these new devices.
So, any news about the new MacBook Air or MacBook Pro? Those were unveiled last year, but they should have something out for this year. There were rumors that the company would have upgrades before the holiday season last year, but this didn't come to pass. Apple's new version of the laptop could have an OLED touch bar, so it should be interesting.
Whatever the case, you don't have to be in San Francisco to see the big event from Apple. If you are looking to watch it online or livestream it, you can go right to the Apple site and see it for yourself.