Thursday, 21/9/2017 | 12:11 UTC+0

Apple’s iPhone X livestream starts 5PM GMT, here’s how to watch it

The inaugural event at the Steve Jobs Theater will mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone – the gadget that changed the smartphone field. We know what to expect beyond the iPhone X (get it, like Mac OS X, it is the 10th version), but watching Tim Cook & co unveil the things live is still going to be a lot of fun.

You can watch the livestream here – note that you need either Apple hardware (anything that plays video) or if you’re running Windows 10 then Microsoft Edge would also work. We’ll try to embed a player on this page but Apple has never been keen to make streaming their events easy.

The event starts at 10am PDT. That is 5PM GMT – you can check your local time at WorldTimeBuddy.

Apple's iPhone X livestream starts 10am PDT, here's how to watch it

By the way, the Steve Jobs Theater is in Apple’s new “spaceship” campus. The theater itself is named for the man who brought the original iPhone on stage but is sadly not here to see it grow to be 10 years old.

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