It’s September, which means iPhone season is almost here. Rumors have been swirling around the highly anticipated iPhone 13, as well as the Apple Watch Series 7, a third-generation AirPods, and the potential of new MacBooks. A new bezel-less iPad Mini is also possible, as is the official release of iOS 15 and macOS Monterey.
Ever since Apple sent out the invitation for their “California Streaming” event, we’ve been able to guess what hidden meanings there might be to decipher from the night sky and the illuminated Apple logo, but when does it really start and where?
What time does the iPhone 13 event start?
Apple’s “California Streaming” event will go live at 10am. M. PT / 1 p. Today’s M. ET, Tuesday, September 14. Like all Apple keynotes since the beginning of the pandemic, it will likely amount to a lengthy infomercial recorded and broadcast from the Apple Park campus, with everyone from Tim Cook onward presenting. We hope that the recording will also be available shortly after its debut, in case the pre-recorded live stream is missed.
Where can I watch the Apple event?
Apple hosts the stream on its site, as usual, and in Youtube. We have embedded the YouTube video above, so you can set a reminder or watch it live from this very post.
Also, be sure to keep an eye out for our live blog if you can’t watch the video while at work or prefer to follow our editors as the announcements are made.
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