Not long now and the official Apple iPhone 8 Keynote September 12 will commence and we can expect good things if the rumours are correct. New iPhone are expected to be announced later today with one hopefully being fact and not fiction and that is called the iPhone X.
There are apparently going to be 3 new iPhones called the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. But the downside is that the premium handset is expected to be around £1,000, the premium handset called the iPhone X will have a 12MP rear camera and front-facing cam at 7MP and a powerful A11 processor, 5.8-inch display that covers most of the front and facial recognition. We will not give too much away please watch the live event.
The Apple Special Event is being held at the Steve Jobs Theatre for the first time with the Keynote streaming live here, you should be able to watch live from your Apple TV as well. The time will be 6pm here in the UK so please add that time in your mobile device as not to forget.
If you watch the live event via your mobile device via the official Apple website you will need iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with Safari on iOS 9.0 or later. If watching via Mac then you need Safari on macOS v10.11 or later, on PC you need Windows 10.
Are you going to be watching the Apple Live Streaming Sept 12 Event?