We’re going to be keeping our peepers on Tim Cook and friends tonight, when one of the biggest nights (okay, okay, the best organised night) in the tech calendar takes place. That’s right, Apple’s iPhone announcement, as well as a few other surprises (check back shortly for an rundown of what to expect) will be taking place tonight.
So while you’re at home, relaxing in your bath, eating supper or chilling on the couch with a book, we’re going to be following Apple’s major 2015 announcements. But maybe you’re like us and don’t want to wait until your Thursday morning coffee-and-news-break – which generally takes place the moment you hit the office – to find out what’s coming.
In that case, here’s how you can find out all the juicy details, as and when they happen. Apple’s very own live-stream is the place to be and you can find it right here. But some terms and conditions apply.
You’re going to need an Apple device (an iPhone, iPod Touch, Mac, iPad or an Apple TV will do) and you’ll need to be using Safari – except in the case of the Apple TV, where there’s a channel for that. OR you can use a Windows 10 PC with Microsoft’s Edge browser. We guess that Apple are doing Redmond a solid, or vice-versa, this year. Chrome? Yeah, that’s not going to work. Or you could just pop onto Stuff’s website this evening, because we’ll be watching all the reveals for you. See you this evening – Apple’s event kicks off at 19:00 tonight.