Apple updated its website on Thursday announcing that they plan on live streaming the September 9th media event, which kicks off at 10:00AM Pacific Time. This new page live on Apple.com shows a countdown timer that expires just before the launch time of the iPhone 6 media event.
Apple is known for live streaming their media event to iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV users. Apple is widely expected to unveil long-awaited and much rumored iPhone 6 models along side a wearable dubbed as iWatch and other products and services. One of the two iPhone 6 models is rumored to have NFC payment feature.
Against its history, Apple sent out invites to the event earlier than usual and holding the event at an extra large Flint Center instead of its traditional Moscone West venue. This makes the event more promising as Apple has even been constructing an expansion on the Flint Center to make room for more people, hinting at exciting new products that Apple want to show more people.
Apple sent out invites to the press last week for this upcoming media event. The tagline reads “Wish we could say more.”. The company has now posted a countdown to the event on its website. There’s an option to add the event to your device’s calendar on the page. On the Mac, simply click the link and open the downloaded file to add the event.
Get ready for the unveiling of iPhone 6, folks! We’ll be covering the event in details here on iPhoneHeat.com. Stay Tuned!