The big day has finally arrived. Apple is preparing to announce a slew of new products on Wednesday — presumably the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iOS 10, Apple Watch 2, and perhaps more — and the world will be watching. If you didn't receive an invite to the event, Apple is providing a livestream for viewers to watch online.
Here's how to livestream the Sept. 7 Apple Event:
Head over to the Apple events page, where you'll find a livestream waiting on mobile or desktop. All users on Apple devices must access the stream on the native browser, Safari. For mobile owners — iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch — your device requires iOS 7 or newer. Windows 10 PC users can also get in on the action with the Microsoft Edge browser.
Watch on Apple TV
Apple TV owners can livestream the Apple Keynote directly from their television sets. Second or third generation Apple TV's require the 6.2 software update. Fourth generation Apple TV's are good to go from the start. To access the event, click on the "Apple Events" icon on the home screen.
Can't get away from work or class? Don't fret. Apple is posting a full replay of the event online following its conclusion. It should be available at the same Apple Events page shortly after the Keynote ends. In the meantime, stay updated on Twitter for real time coverage of the event. TechMic will be tweeting updates (and jokes) for you to follow along.