The tech giant has picked a much bigger venue for the upcoming event. Apple is widely expected to unveil the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus at the event. Earlier, Windows users would turn to VLC or other media apps to access the stream during Apple’s big events.
Apple has traditionally streamed its media events to Apple TV, iOS and Mac devices. But this time the event will stream to Windows 10 users as well. Earlier, Windows users would turn to VLC or other media apps to access the stream during Apple’s big events. The iPhone maker has clearly mentioned on its Sept.9 event page that it will support “a PC with Edge on Windows 10.”
What to expect from the iPhone 6S
The iPhone 6S will get a major camera upgrade from 8-megapixel to 12-megapixel, reports Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac. Inside sources told 9to5Mac that Apple is also adding 4K video capabilities to the new iPhone camera. The front camera will have a flash to allow users to capture better selfies in low-light conditions. The iPhone 6S is expected to be powered by an A9 processor and 2GB RAM.