This is where you can stream Apple's September event

Although there is generally a lot of excitement when it comes to Apple events and its products, the event on September 12 could become one of the more memorable events to date. If you aren't going to be in attendance and would like to watch the event, you're in luck, as Apple will be streaming it live.

Just like other events that are streamed by Apple, the stream will only work on certain browsers or devices. Those using an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch with iOS 9.0 or later, can watch using Safari. If you are planning to watch using an Apple TV, you must have a second- or third-generation device updated to 6.2 or later or a fourth-generation model with any software version.

Mac users need to make sure their computers are updated with OSX 10.11 or later, and can use Safari to watch the event. Windows users can watch using Microsoft's Edge browser. If you don't have the options listed above, you will apparently be able to watch the event through the firm's Twitter account. If you meet the criteria above, be sure to hit the link below to start the stream on September 12 starting at 10am PT.

Source: Apple

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