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When Apple September 9 Event Will Start in Your Time Zone

The day when Apple is hosting a huge event at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco is finally here. Apple started sending out invitations of this event about two weeks ago and since then, speculations, expectations and rumours are high. Apple is expected to unveil a new iPhone. It is also speculated to make other announcements. Well, we are waiting till it’s 10:00 a.m. there in San Francisco when the event will start. If you are not sure when Apple September 9 event will start in your time zone, we are here to help.

The September 9 event is to be hosted at 10:00 a.m. PDT (Pacific Daylight Time). The following widget will tell you exactly when Apple September 9 event will start in your region and how much time is left in your time zone. It looks at your device’s clock for time zone information. This is the easiest way to find out the event’s time in your region.

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You can also click here to view the event time in your region. Just click on link and select your time zone from the list if not already detected automatically.

We have also created a spreadsheet which will show you the starting time on event in your time zone. Just click and open the spreadsheet and search for your region. The first column displays the how much time (DD+HH+MM+SS) to add to the reference time zone which is PDT. The second column contains time zone sorted by continent. The last column displays the event time in your time zone.

For example, you want to search the event time in India, search the spreadsheet for Asia and you will find Asia/Calcutta. The time of September 9 event in your time zone is 22:30 on 9th September.

You can watch this event live on your PC, Mac or iOS and Android device. Learn how to watch Apple September 9 event live.

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