Apple’s iPhone 15 Event Start Time In Your Local Time Zone

Apple's highly anticipated Wonderlust event is happening today, and the company is gearing up to launch the new iPhone 15 lineup alongside the upgraded Apple Watch Series 9. Apple will be live-streaming the event from California at 10:00 Pacific Time. However, if you are planning to watch the iPhone 15 event live, you should check out the event start time for your local time zone or region of residence.
Check out the Apple's iPhone 15 event start time for your local time zone to watch the event live
As mentioned earlier, Apple will announce the new iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro models later today, which will come with a boatload of new changes. Furthermore, the company is also planning to unveil a range of additional products. You can check out the detailed list of products that Apple will be releasing today in our dedicated post. As for the iPhone 15 event start time in your local time zone, check out further details below.
For your ease, we have created a list of regions that reflect the event start time for your time zone for the iPhone 15 unveiling. All you have to do is locate your region of residence and note down the event start time listed next to it. You can check out the table below for more details. If you do not find your region on the list, simply head over to the timeanddate website for the full list.

The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro models are reported to come with major changes. This year, the company will equip the standard iPhone 15 models with changes that will bring them a step closer to the 'Pro' models. We are expecting USB-C, Dynamic Island, and upgraded cameras for the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus. There is a boatload of products that the company will announce later today, so be sure to note down the iPhone 15 event start time for your local time zone.
Other than hardware, Apple will potentially seed the final release candidate builds of its upcoming iOS 17, watchOS 10, macOS Sonoma, and tvOS 17 to developers. It was previously reported that the release candidate build is the final version of the software with a different name. Nonetheless, the final release will be available to the general public ahead of the iPhone 15 launch in the following week. Apple's event start time is different in all regions, so be sure to note to look for the exact time zone. Also, check out how to watch the Wonderlust event on any device.
Written by Ali Salman

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