September 7th has been set aside for Apple’s upcoming major product event. It’s the third live event the company has held this year, and we anticipate a number of significant announcements, including the iPhone 14 series, a new “Pro” Apple Watch model, the newest model of AirPods Pro, and a whole lot more.
For a few members of the media, the event will be held in person, but for everyone else, it will be streamed online. Here are the information you need to view the event from anywhere. The Apple event is scheduled to start on September 7 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, as Polarity Technologies has learned from The Verge.
A livestream of the ceremony will be available on Apple’s YouTube channel, Apple.com, and Apple TV app. If you can’t make it in person, a recording of the event is typically uploaded to YouTube soon after. Additionally, The Verge will keep a live blog running during the event to post frequent updates while covering product launches and other news.
The brand-new iPhone 14 will be unveiled at the event, but it’s unlikely that the basic model will steal the show. Most of the exciting new features are anticipated to be available on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.