The time for new iPhones has arrived. Apple’s holding its annual iPhone event at its huge Cupertino campus, in California. The event sees CEO Tim Cook and fellow Apple executives take to the stage to reveal their latest hardware. This year, though, it’s likely to focus more on its suite of services than ever before.
Every September Apple reveals its new iPhone or iPhones for the next year: this time around it’s rumoured to be unveiling three updated versions, all under the iPhone 11 moniker. But the event isn’t all about new phones. Apple could also reveal an upgraded Apple Watch and refreshed Apple TV hardware. This is in addition to expected updates on its upcoming Apple TV+ streaming service, the Apple Arcade gaming platform and more details on the latest versions of its operating systems: iOS 13, the new iPadOS and MacOS Catalina.
As Apple’s iPhone event progresses, we’ll be updating this page with all the latest announcements.
How to Watch Apple’s iPhone event live
Apple always livestreams its announcement events and this year is no different. Today’s event started at 6pm in the UK (10am PT for those in the US) and it is expected to last for up to two hours – depending on how much Apple has to announce. You can watch the event live on apple.com/apple-events/”]Apple’s website or, in a first for the company, live on YouTube. It’s also embedded below.
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