Last year, Apple announced the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in a very predictable fashion. But this year everything about the iPhone launch event is uncertain, even the new iPhone name. Rumours suggest that Apple will skip the “S” iterations of the iPhone 7 this year and come up with an all new lineup of iPhone 8. Some sources suggest that iPhone 8 will be the premium phone, which will be launched with the normal updates to iPhone 7 and 7 Plus named as iPhone 7s and 7s Plus. Only one thing is certain that we will get three new iPhones and one of them will be premium and look entirely different from the rest. Rumours suggest that the premium device this year named Apple iPhone 8 or iPhone X will come with an OLED edge-to-edge display, no physical Home button, a vertical dual-camera setup, wireless charging, and other brand new features. So, to mark the iPhone’s 10th anniversary, Apple is expected to announce not only one usual upgrade to the iPhone 7, but an all-new iPhone with a full-screen OLED display and numerous other enhancements.
Rumoured to be the iPhone 8, it now appears that it may instead be the iPhone X (to celebrate the 10th anniversary).
Check below, where you can watch the live Apple iPhone 8 launch event and read our live blog coverage from the event.
When is the iPhone 8 launch?
The iPhone 8 will be unveiled in a special Apple event on Tuesday 12 September 2017. The event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater, a conference room in the brand new multi-billion-dollar Apple Park, which headquarters in Cupertino, California.
What time is the Apple iPhone 8 launch?
If you are from US, you will need to tune in at 10am PDT. If you live in UK then you should tune in at 6pm. And if you are an Indian reader, you should tune in at 10:30 pm.
Where can I watch the iPhone 8 launch live stream?
You can only watch the event over on Apple’s site as Apple does not allow other websites to live stream their launch event.
What hardware do I need to watch the Apple iPhone 8 live stream?
For Apple users: Users running an up-to-date version of Safari on an iPad, iPhone or iPod touch with iOS 9.0 or later, or a Mac with macOS 10.11 El Capitan or later can tune in at 10 am PDT to watch the iPhone 8 launch event.
You can even view the stream via a fourth-gen AppleTV, or second- and third-gen AppleTVs with TVOS 6.2 or later.
For Windows users: You will need to be running Microsoft Edge in Windows 10 to watch the live stream.
If you do not own any such hardware mentioned above, then we are here to cover it up for you. We are also hosting a live blog from the event, which will keep you updated with the iPhone 8 launch event.
Follow our Apple iPhone 8 live blog below