Apple’s annual product keynote event has started in Cupertino. Apple iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X( stands for Ten) have been launched. The event is also significant because it is the first time the world officially gets to see the new Apple Park campus of the tech giant.
Apple is hosting its Special Event for September in the newly opened Steve Jobs Theater (this is the first event at this location), located on Apple’s sprawling new campus. Apple has already launched the Apple Watch Series 3 with possible LTE support and Apple tv4K as well.
The iPhone X will mark the tenth anniversary special of the device, that was first revealed in January 2007 by the late Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs. This could also be the most expensive iPhone till date, and the price tag might just cross $1000, though we’ll have to wait and see if that does turn out to be true.
We are attending the live event at Apple’s campus itself and will have constant updates around the event. The Apple website will have the event playing live and those with iPhones, iPods, iPads or MacBooks can watch it straight from the Safari browser. Windows 10 users can rely on Edge explorer to watch the event as well.