How to watch Apple’s September 7 event

Apple's big Fall event is just hours away.


Apple’s big fall event is here, more specifically Apple’s September 7 event is today. The event is tag lined “See You On The 7th.” and should have all eyes in technology watching. For those of us who cannot be on-site in California tomorrow, Apple will be live streaming the event.

The event will kick off at 10 AM PST or 1 PM EST today, September 7th, 2016. It will be taking placeĀ in San Fransisco; Apple usually announces the next generation iPhone at their September events.

Like for past events, the full event will be live streamed on, which is accessible from Mac’s and any iOS device running 7.0 or later. For Windows users you will need to have Microsoft Edge on a Windows 10 machine– It might work on Google Chrome as well. Even better the Apple TV event channel has been updated and will allow you to watch the event.

Apple is most likely announcing the next generation iPhone, the iPHone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, tomorrow. Along with iOS 10, WatchOS 3, and a second generation Apple Watch. The technology giant is rumored to be getting ready to refresh MacBook Pros before the end of the year. However, like in past years, Apple may focus on iOS and the Apple Watch tomorrow, with another event later this Fall for the Mac.