Sneak peek at Apple’s September 7 event
Sneak peek at Apple’s September 7 event

Apple September 7 event is just around the corner. For last four years, Apple has been organizing an event to announce the next generation of its major products. This time, the event is scheduled to be held on September 7.

Along with the most awaited iPhone 7, the company is expected to launch iPhone 7 Plus, the new version of the Apple Watch with GPS, and new Beats products.

We may also get to know about the official launch of iOS 10, watchOS 3, macOS sierra, and tvOS 10 in the Apple’s upcoming event.

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

Over the course of the last year, we have heard a ton of rumours about Apple’s upcoming products. Based on that, it seems that the new iPhone will look, design wise, almost similar to the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. The iPhone 7 is expected to feature even the same dimensions and thickness like the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. The major difference is that it’s likely to have a cleaner look with some of those antenna lines vanishing off the back.

iPhone 7

The most awaited smartphone is said to feature a massive camera with optical image stabilization and may come with a larger sensor in order to give a better low-light performance. While on the other hand, the iPhone 7 Plus will boast a dual-lens camera to bring some major improvements.

Rumors suggest that the iPhone 7 may ditch the legacy 3.5 mm headphone jack as well. It is expected that the company will ship the next generation of iPhone with a pair of lightning-connected headphones along with an adapter for traditional headphones. Lightning gives better audio quality than a 3.5 mm headphone jack, which perhaps is one of the reasons that Apple is making the switch.

Without a headphone jack, the company will perhaps want to give another way to enjoy music. Apple is also rumored to be putting its effort on making its own wireless earbuds, which are likely to called AirPods. Rumors have been quite sketchy on this front, so Apple lovers can take this all with a grain of salt.

Apple is expected to bump up the storage in its entry-level iPhones. Instead of 16 GB, it seems the iPhone 7 will come with 32 GB of internal storage. Besides, the iPhone maker is supposed to make a very slight but a big change to the home button of the upcoming iPhone. According to reports, it won’t click in now.

On top of that, Apple is likely to make a black phone again just after dealing with the space grey for years. The iPhone 7 will be faster of course and come with new processors on board. It maybe having more RAM.

Apple Watch

Apple launched the first Apple Watch in April 2015 and the next generation of Apple Watch may come with the new processor, GPS, Better battery, and more. Apple is likely to add GPS to the upcoming watch, which will let users measure pace and distance without needing a connected iPhone.

Apple Watch

Rumors also suggest that the new watch will come with a slightly larger battery, which can be employed to offset the battery power required for GPS tracking. Some rumors point that a barometer may come integrated as well along with the better waterproofing than its predecessor.

New Beats products

A report hints that the new Beats products will also be announced at the Apple September 7 event. It’s still not clear that what the new products may have in the works, but bearing in mind Apple’s recognized lineup of speakers and headphones, it can be safely said that the company will possibly reveal new models.

Beats products

As Apple is expected to switch to Bluetooth and lightning headphones, it can be assumed that new Beats headphones will follow the same lead.

Wait for MacBooks

We all are eager to get our hands on the new Macs, but unfortunately, these products are not expected to introduce at Apple September 7 event. This means Mac fans have to wait till the time when Apple will shot a news regarding MacBooks.


It seems to be an interesting launch event. Apple has made it easy for tech lovers to tune in to Apple September 7 event through a live stream. There is a wide range of ways to watch videos of the launch on your smartphone or computer. Let’s have a roundup of all the ways and check how to watch Apple’s September 7 event.

Here’s how to watch Apple September 7 event:

Apple’s 2016 launch event will begin at 10:00 PDT, 13.00 EDT and is scheduled at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

Apple september 7 event

Watch Apple’s September 7 event on your iPhone, iPad or iPod

You can watch the event on your smartphone (iPhone, iPad or iPod). To do so, make sure your device is running iOS 7 or later. Just open the Safari app on your Apple device and head to Apple’s webpage for its September 7 event.

Watch Apple 2016 event on Macs

Mac users who are interested in watching the event can make use of Apple’s Safari web browser to see the entire hoot. To get started, just open the web browser and navigate to Apple’s webpage for its September event. This will host a live video stream of the Apple’s 2016 event.

Watch Apple’s event on Windows

The tech mogul has even made it possible to watch the event on Windows PCs. To see the event, you must have Windows 10 installed on your machine. Just open Microsoft Edge browser and go to Apple’s webpage.

Watch Apple September 7 event on Apple TV

In case you want to enjoy the event on your Apple TV then make sure you have 2nd, 3rd or 4th generation of it. Besides that, it is also recommended that the software must be 6.3 or higher.

Stay tuned to know more about Apple September 7 event!

Also Read: 15 things to expect in upcoming iPhone 7

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