The page will host the livestream which you can watch through your browser on a PC, tablet or smartphone.
Alternatively, Apple is putting the stream on its YouTube channel, which you can find here.
It used to be the case that Apple events were limited to the Safari browser – meaning you needed an iPhone, iPad or Mac to watch. That’s not the case anymore and you can watch the livestream from any device with an internet connection.
What is going to be announced?
The most obvious product that will get a big reveal next Tuesday is the iPhone 13 in its various different configurations.
Each version had a different price point and catered to a different kind of user. Expect Apple to repeat a similar mantra this year and show off up to four different versions of the iPhone 13.
Alongside the phone is likely to be a new version of the Apple Watch. The high-tech wearable is tipped to feature more health-tracking features (body temperature, perhaps?) and a new design.
Apple hasn’t updated the look of the Apple Watch much since it debuted in 2015, but the rumoured Apple Watch Series 7 will feature a flatter, boxier design to compliment the new iPhone models as well as the iPad Pro.
Gadget fans are also speculating that Apple may reveal a new set of AirPods and possibly a redesigned version of the iPad mini – although these are thin rumours at best.
But, as mentioned above, we can expect Apple to spend a lot of time discussing its streaming services. Not just Apple TV+ and Apple Music, but we could also hear about updates from gaming service Apple Arcade and fitness platform Apple Fitness+.
When is the iPhone 13 release date?
One of the best things about Apple’s new product announcements is the company doesn’t wait long to get it into our hands.
Last year, the iPhone 12 was announced on Tuesday, October 13 and by that Friday the pre-orders were open for people to reserve one. The phone itself then came out a few weeks later on October 23.
The Max and mini models pre-orders came along a bit later, on November 6.
If the tech giant follows the same pattern this year, it could mean that pre-orders are open for the iPhone 13 as early as Friday, September 17.
That means we may see the iPhone 13 release date set at around October 1, 2021, providing there are no issues with chip shortages or other Covid-related delays.
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