Apple is about to announce a whole host of products at a live stream event, which is expected to include a first look at the iPhone 13, the new Apple Watch Series 7 and updated AirPods.
Like all of Apple’s events over the past year and a half, the launch will only exist as an online video — no real-life event will take place in California or anywhere else.
Instead, the video will likely play like all of Apple’s recent events, featuring a high-end and slick film in which its executives reveal their products.
The stream will begin at 10 a.m. Pacific Time on Tuesday. It is 1 a.m. Eastern, 6 p.m. in the UK, 10.30 a.m. Standard Time in India, or 3 a.m. Wednesday in Kyoto.
But perhaps the easiest way to track the time is to visit Apple’s dedicated events page, which has an entry for iPhone events. You can use that page to add events to your calendar, which will help make sure you have the correct time zone.
You can also use the same page to watch the stream. It’s not live at the moment, but that page should turn into a video shortly before the event starts, allowing you to watch along.
It will also be available on Apple TV in its dedicated Apple Events app, this page confirms.
However, in recent days, Apple has streamed the event on other sites such as Twitter and YouTube. The latter is one of the easiest ways to look along — and that page even offers a way to set a reminder so you’ll be alerted when it starts — which you can find here..
Granthshala Will offer live coverage of the event throughout the day and beyond.
You can find everything you would expect at the event here. And you can find everything that’s likely to be in the new iPhone — perhaps the title release of the event — here.
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