Apple Keynote Sep­tem­ber 2017: How to Live Stream, Things to Expect

Rahul Gupta

We are just hours away from Apple’s big event and anticipations are already on a high. While a lot of rumors have been going on regarding the devices to be launched by the brand. There are some things we know or can expect for sure. So here is what the rumor mill has churned out up until today, for Apple’s new launches.

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Apple Keynote September 2017 Live Stream

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Apple’s keynote address is available to the global fans and can be accessed live via the following link.

Apple iPhone X


Apple is about to change their design for the new iPhone X and introduce an edge-to-edge OLED display. Now the display will cover the front almost entirely.

The new iPhone might also get rid of the Home button and the Touch ID to make room for the bezel-less display. There were rumors suggesting relocation of Touch ID but according to credible sources, Apple is giving that a miss too.

Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus

Source: Tech Driven Times

Along with the iPhone X, Apple is likely to reveal the iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus devices as well. Powered by the new A11 processor, featuring six-core processor these devices will be definitely faster than the current lineup.

According to an independent iOS developer, Steve Troughton Smith, the new A11 processor will have two high-power cores and four low-power cores, all of which will be independently addressable.

Apple’s New Airpods

Apple will be showing some love to the new Airpods as well. According to leaks, the new Airpods offer a sleeker looking case with the LED indicators present on the outside.

Technical details are a little scarce right now but will get to see the final product soon enough.

Apple Watch LTE

Along with a design similar to the previous generation devices, the new Apple Watch LTE will feature cellular connectivity.

The best part about the new watch is all inclusive cellular connectivity. With this, the Apple watch would be able to make and receive calls and message independent of the iPhone device. Now that would be a cool feature.

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Rahul Gupta

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Rahul Gupta

Rahul Gupta has been closely following personal technology for over a decade. When not writing or talking about technology, Rahul loves to spend time with his motorbikes or brewing a nice cup of coffee.