Apple Store Offline Ahead of iPhone X Launch Event


This year marks the 10th anniversary of the little pocket computer that could, and accordingly, we expect Apple to introduce an all-new iPhone: the iPhone X.

It's likely to be a special model with a nod to the iPhone's 10th anniversary.

Apple's iPhone 8 is expected to come at a steep price of $1,000 (about Rs 64,000), while the iPhone X could cost up to $1,400 (around Rs 90,000).

You can view the Apple Special Event at this link.

The Apple Watch Series 3 is slated to go on sale on Friday as a part of a pre-order program, while the device will hit the market on September 22.

When: Tuesday, Sept. 11, 1:00 p.m. Instead, look to buy it directly from Apple, as you won't be stuck with your wireless company if you find a better deal.

The event will begin at 10AM PDT or 10:30PM IST on September 12 and all eyes will be glued on CEO Tim Cook and his team on what they have to offer.

Unfortunately, those users with ChromeOS as well as other users who have the Android OS, will not be able to tune in to the service. Apple will stream live the event on its website. This would let you send messages, make calls and even stream music direct from your Apple Watch.

Windows 10 users can watch the Apple Keynote 2017 from Microsoft Edge.

For those in the United Kingdom, there will be a live stream of the two-hour event at 6pm in the United Kingdom (which is 10am US Pacific time).

If you have none of these devices, do not worry, there is a way to unofficially catch the livestream.

For the last two years, the details about Apple's latest iPhones have leaked before they were officially announced.

It also might arrive a bit later than cheaper iPhone 8 models because of production delays on those OLED screens, according to TechCrunch. When it comes to the iPhone X, things totally change.

Among a swathe of model updates this time round is a new iPhone dubbed the iPhone X that will be launched to the world in Cupertino about 3am tomorrow morning (AEST). Dual camera zoom feature is now possible, and Portrait mode, a software update that lets iPhone 7 Plus users take impressive photos using Depth of Field. The phone is expected to have a starting price of about $1000.