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Apple unveils iPhone 8 - and more - today

12 Setiembre 2017
Apple unveils iPhone 8 - and more - today

The event is scheduled to take place at 10 a.m. PDT and will be live streamed on Apple's website. It's the first-ever event at the Steve Jobs Theater.

In the Apple Special Event 2017, it is expected that the company will also launch the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus as like the previous Apple event in 2016.

The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus will be slight updates to the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, with faster processors, better cameras and wireless charging.

More details about Apple's supposedly new iPhone models and other products including a refreshed iPod touch have surfaced online ahead of Apple's event tonight, further dampening the surprise element that the iPhone-maker has traditionally used to lure customers.

The iPhone X is said to be a drastic redesign of the phone which gets rid of the home button in favour of an edge-to-edge display. The company will conduct a live stream for the event as usual.

Apple just announced a new Apple TV that will stream video in ultra-sharp 4K resolution

The company may be taking a page out of Snapchat's playbook with reality-augmentation for photos.

Leaks have suggested that Apple will unveil its new Apple Watch that would feature LTE cellular chip. Apple is expected to launch several new products.

Officially, the livestream is supported on Safari on desktop (macOS 10.11 and later) and iOS devices (iOS 9.0 and later), Apple TV (with tvOS 6.2 or later), and Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. Windows PCs running anything under Windows 10 will not be able to stream the event. But the iPhone X will be the showstopper - a smartphone with an OLED edge-to-edge screen, and a notch at the top that will house cameras allowing the phone to open via facial recognition. To watch the Apple's 'Special' event, people can head to its official page here.

Instead, Apple will let third-party manufacturers offer their wares (supporting the Qi-charging standard that the new phones are expected to support) instead. However, this option within the MyVerizon app seems to confirm the name for us.