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September 10, 2013
Apple iPhone 5S and 5C Launch Event: Where to Watch Live and What to Expect
Apple's highly anticipated iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C (budget iPhone) launch event is expected to start at 10:30 pm on 10 September, at the company's Town Hall auditorium in Cupertino, California.
With just a few hours left until Apple CEO Tim Cook takes to the stage, many people around the world are waiting patiently to see if Apple will be broadcasting a live coverage of the event, as fans around the globe will be curious to see what the tech giant has to offer.
It is unclear whether or not Apple will live stream the keynote though the company broke with recent tradition by streaming the keynote from its Worldwide Developer Conference event in June.
As well as announcing two new iPhones, Apple is also set to release the final version of iOS 7 to developers, known as the iOS 7 Gold Master (GM), and the company will likely indicate when the public will be able to download the updated software.
Apple live stream system requirements
If Apple does decide to live stream the event, viewers will need to know if they conform to some key system requirements for viewing the iPhone event via:
Safari on iOS 4.2 or later on any iPhone, iPad, iPad mini or iPod touch
Safari 4 or later on Mac OS X v10.6 or later
Streaming via Apple TV requires second or third generation Apple TV with software 5.0.2 or later
Where to Watch Live
Live blog services for the iPhone event will be available via CNET, Engadget,Gizmodo, iClarified and more. In addition, live-streaming services will kick off via private news channels and video streaming services such as WPTV,USTREAM, WCPO.
Those who are wondering what time the event will start in their respective time zones can check out the iPhone event timetable for 10 September in the screenshot below: