Now that we’ve seen most of the stuffs from IFA 2014, here’s a little something for Apple fans. Apple has just announced that they will be live-streaming their event on their website on 9 September at 10am PDT – that’s 10 September for us at about 1 in the morning.
The event next week is said to be the date Apple will finally take the curtains off its next generation iPhones, and possibly a smart watch (or two) as well. The Cupertino company is reported to be working on two larger iPhones – one 4.7” and another with a display of 5.5”. On top of the usual improvements like a faster processor, better camera and such, the two iPhone 6 are reported to pack some exciting stuffs such as the use of Sapphire glass on the display, and NFC capability to make your wallet redundant.
As for the Apple smartwatch, we’ve been seeing rumours about the watch getting delayed and what not but over the past 2 days, it seems like Apple will definitely be announcing not just one smartwatch, but two. According to The Wall Street Journal, the smartwatches from Apple will come in two sizes and will have NFC on board to further expand the mobile payment capabilities on the iPhone 6.
To watch the live stream (this link), you’ll need to use Safari 5.1.10 and up on OS X 16.6.8 and up. The stream will also be available on AppleTV but if you don’t have any of those, stay tuned as we will be up to bring you the latest news.