Apple iPhone 6 just released
Apple lifts the lid on the long-awaited Apple iPhone 6 tomorrow morning (Wednesday 10/09/2014) at 3AM Australian Eastern Time.
In true Apple style, the iPhone 6 will be unveiled at a major keynote event hosted at the Flint Centre for the Performing Arts in Cupertino.
The new iPhone is rumoured to come in two sizes – one with a 4.6″ screen and another with a larger 5.5″ screen. Both are said to be sporting a a new slimline look. Apple is also expected to launch their first smart watch- the iWatch. This much is fairly certain though, as always, Apple will probably have some surprises up their sleeves for us.
Online Keynote Event for Apple iPhone 6
Apple will be broadcasting the keynote event online for us to keep up with all the action. You’ll can keep up to speed and watch the keynote event through the iTunes app on an Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
If you have an Apple TV, there will also be a special event icon that will show up on the home screen on the day of the keynote.
You can also stream the event from a laptop or computer at www.apple.com/live/. Be warned however, previous events have only been available to be viewed using Apple’s Safari web browser. We’re not sure if this will also be the case for tomorrow’s keynote.
What will tomorrow hold? Find out very, very soon!