Back in the day, Apple called everyone to save September 9 as the date for an exclusive live streaming on the company's official website. That date has finally come, but it seems Windows users were left out of the game this year.
It was revealed that the event will be available only for those who own an Apple product. If you want access to the big reveal, you will have to be browsing from Safari, OS X and iOS versions, or watching Apple TV. Things have changed from similar events in the past, since Windows users will not be able to access the streaming with Quicktime this year. For the very first time, the company is presenting what is in store only to its customers and is leaving the rest of tech-fans out of it.
During the event, Apple is expected to unleash the brand-new iPhone 6, while it's also rumored that more complex devices such as the so-called iWatch could be revealed. The former is most probably going to be presented in two versions, one with a 4.7-inch screen and another with a 5.5-inch screen, both of which surfaced on the worldwide web earlier. If the leaked previews are anything to judge from, the new iPhones are going to be larger than the previous iPhone 5.
The streaming is scheduled to take place on 1 p.m. EDT (10 a.m. PDT) and you will find it over here, along with a countdown.