Updated 08:56 AM EST, Tue, Jan 19, 2021

Apple Event 2014: September 9 Event Live Coverage & Streaming for Alleged iPhone 6 & iWatch Launch

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Fans eager to behold Apple's September 9 launch of the company's "latest products" can now finally breathe the speculations off. Apple has announced through its official website that indeed, a "special event" is going to take place. And the online portal promises live coverage of whatever happens there.

Apple maintains its subtle style of invitation, coming up with a short but simple announcement that reads "Live video from our special event will be right here. And so will a whole lot more." The Cupertino-based electronics giant sure knows how to give us a teaser.

In addition, the site has begun its official countdown. "Join us at Apple.com on September 9 at 10 a.m. PDT to follow every moment," Apple invites. An option to add the event to your calendar is also provided in the website.

The event is set to take place at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino. The New York Times said it is the same venue where Steven P. Jobs introduced the original Macintosh thirty years ago. Now, this is interesting as Apple would be making a sort of "homecoming," and this time, with expectedly much better offers for consumers.

International Business Times reported about the rumored products dated for launching as the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, 5.5-inch iPhone 6L and the iWatch. The same dished that the devices are to "contain a plethora of new features, including health apps, sensors and near-field communication (NFC), a wireless technology that will bring a new wireless payment system to the iOS ecosystem."

The iPhone 6 is allegedly coming out ten days after the September 9 event. The iPhone 6L, on the other hand, plays by the October to November timeline release. The iWatch remains to be the last product expected to be out, dating sometime in 2015.

The NY times also shared that the iWatch, as popularly coined, will be "the first brand-new product unveiled under Timothy D. Cook." Cook is Apple's chief executive who took charge of the company three years ago, just before Jobs's death.

There are still no definite dates for possible releases, and nobody knows if these products are coming out altogether or will take separate releasing avenues. One thing we can be certain of, however, is that Apple's making fans gear up for its biggest event yet - and there are only a few more days left to count.

Apple reminds consumers and fanatics alike to see the coverage via Safari Web browser on OS X 10.6.8 or later, and iOS 6.0 or later. As for owners of the second- or third-generation Apple TV, those with software 5.0.2 or later will also be able to watch the live stream of the event.

Ready for Apple's upcoming surprise? Join the countdown now!

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