Apple to Stream iPhone 6 Reveal Event Live Online… Only for People Who Have Apple Devices

The invite to Apple's iPhone event.
The invite to Apple’s iPhone event.

We’re tantalizingly close to the September 9 event that Apple has been teasing for a while now, and Apple wants to make sure everyone can watch. Well, everyone who owns an Apple product.

The September 9 event will be streaming live from the Apple website starting at 1 p.m. EDT (10 a.m. PDT). You can check out the stream (and a handy countdown clock) here.

Those without an Apple device but are still interested in watching the event may want to check out the fine print, though. According to the website, the live stream will only be accessible to those browsing on Safari – OS X or iOS versions – and those with Apple TV. This also means that Mac users who are fond of using Chrome or Firefox will need to switch back to Safari for the afternoon to get in on the event.

As 9to5Mac points out, live streams for previous events have included an option to view the stream on Windows via QuickTime. This year, though, it seems like the live stream is only for those who have already been inducted into Apple’s ecosystem.

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SOURCE: Connor Sears 

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