It’s a yearly thing to have Apple fans (whom some call “iSheep”) camping outside of stores impatiently trying to get their hands on the latest iPhone device. While people are camping out however, you can be watching the launch from the comfort of your own home and your own bed.
For the second straight year, the iPhone launch event is going to be live-streamed on Apple’s website, and will be compatible with QuickTime-powered Safari on iOS and Mac as well as 2nd and 3rd generation Apple TV.
So what can we expect from this year’s launch? The rumor mill is abuzz with the probability of two iPhones launching like last year — a 4.7 inch and a 5.5-inch — both powered by iOS 8. While they probably won’t have the camera quality as, say, the Nokia Lumia 1020, better cameras are also rumored, as well as a few cosmetic changes and a higher resolution display.
Wearables like an iWatch are also likely to be seen, and it will be interesting to see which calling and messaging apps get the spotlight as the first apps available on the device.
The event kicks off at 10am Pacific/12pm Central/1pm Eastern.