iPhones sit on display during a preview event at the new Apple Store Williamsburg in Brooklyn, New York. Photo: Reuters

After all of the rumors surrounding the release of the iPhone 7, Apple's live event to discuss new products is set to take place on Wednesday. With expected announcements about the new mobile device along with a couple of other product releases, there will be a few places where viewers can watch it all unfold. Whether it is on your Apple devices or PCs, there are several ways to watch the 1 p.m. ET event.

iPhones, iPads, or iPod Touch devices running iOS 7.0 or later will all be able to livesteam the event from the Apple site using the software’s built-in Safari browser. Apple is also offering Mac users the opportunity to stream from the Safari browser version 6.0.5 or later. Mac users will need to run the OS X version 10.8.5 or newer in order to watch the show.

PC users looking to watch the show in real-time will have to run Microsoft’s Edge browser in Windows 10. For those who subscribe to Apple TV, they can stream the event right on their television set Apple TV will need to have the 6.2 software or newer. The stream will be located in the “Apple Events” icon on the home screen. For users who cannot see the icon currently, it is expected to appear prior to the start of the event. You can watch it here.

For people who may have work, meetings or other obligations and cannot watch the stream in real-time, they can catch the event on Apple’s website. The full stream typically appears on the tech site shortly after the event.

Apple sent out media invitations in August to the event with the tagline “See you on the 7th” which many believe is a play on words, hinting at the iPhone 7. The device is rumored to boast more storage space, new colors, longer battery life and better camera quality among other things.

The Apple event is scheduled to take place at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco at 10 a.m. local time.