Apple is all geared up for the September 12, Tuesday launch event that will be held in the Steve Jobs Theater at the tech giant’s new Apple Park Cupertino campus in California. Notably, the highly awaited launch event is the first to be held in the Steve Jobs Theater. The special thing about the event is the rumored launch of Apple’s 10th-anniversary special iPhone, dubbed iPhone X or whatever it ends up being called.

According to CNET, some rumors suggest that Apple fans can expect the launch of three iPhone devices at the event including an iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and an iPhone X.

The smartphone maker is likely to ditch the iPhone ‘S’ moniker this year. In addition, a 4K Apple TV, Apple Watch Series 3, a new iPod Touch and a final version of iOS 11 are also expected to get announced at the event.

iPhone X possible specs and features

The 10th-anniversary special iPhone X Edition is expected to boast a new design with an edge-to-edge 5.8-inch OLED screen, a high-quality OLED bezel-less display, a face-recognizing infrared camera, wireless charging support, advanced 3D facial recognition sensors for animated emojis called "animojis” and a vertically oriented rear dual camera setup. The upcoming smartphone is rumored to be the most expensive iPhone version ever with a whopping price tag of maybe $1,000 or even more.

How to live stream the iPhone launch event

The launch event is scheduled to start at 10 AM Pacific Time/ 1 PM Eastern Time on Tuesday, September 12. Apple will reportedly live stream the launch event on its official website. To watch the live stream, users must have access to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running Safari on iOS 7 or later.

For Mac users, they should make sure that their Mac has Safari 6.0.5 or later installed and runs OS X 10.8.5 software.

Notably, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch users will need to open up the Safari browser on their device and head to Apple's September 2017 event webpage. Mac users can also tune into the event using the Safari internet browser.

Windows PC users can live stream the event via Microsoft Edge web browser, but, only if they have Windows 10 installed. Apple TV users can also watch the event live provided the set-top box is running software version 6.2 or above.

Apple usually starts taking pre-orders for new iPhones on the Friday after the unveiling. This year the pre-orders for the new iPhones are likely to begin on September 15.