Apple's iPhone 7 Event: Live Stream, Time, And Expectations

Today is the i-Day.

07/09/2016 8:12 AM IST | Updated 07/09/2016 8:35 AM IST
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Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook

Today is one of the most pivotal days of the year for the tech world. As today Apple will announce their newest iPhone. The stage is set for CEO Tim Cook to take the stage at 10 am Pacific Time (10.30 PM IST).

You can see the live stream of the event here. You'd be required to have a Mac, iPhone, iPad, or an iPod with OX 6 or iOS 7 and higher. Alternatively, you can see the live stream on Microsoft's edge browser on windows 10.

The major expectation from the event is of course, the announcement of two new iPhone 7. Without some major design changes, the company is expected to make some solid differentiations. The phones would certainly be coming without a headphone jack for a slimmer design.

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The base version of the iPhone will be starting from 32 GB. Along with that, the higher end version will get a bigger RAM and dual camera set-up. Two new black colored variants will be on the entering the fray as well.

Apart from that, there will be an improvement in the processor chip and some of the key sensors such the proximity sensor, 3D touch sensor, and more.

Apple is also expected to announce the upgraded version of the Apple Watch which might just be called Apple Watch only. The watch is due the hardware upgrade, especially after two years since the original watch was announced. The newer version is expected have a bigger battery and better processor for greater emphasis on the 3D touch performance.

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