We can also expect some additional details about (and a release date for) macOS 11 Big Sur , the next version of Apple's desktop operating system. There's also a sliver of a chance we'll see some of the other long-rumored hardware in the pipe: new headphones, new Apple TV, AirTags.
Apple's show-and-tell will be livestreamed for free, so anyone can tune in. We should be treated to prerecorded segments featuring Apple executives walking us through the new products and demonstrating the features for the cameras. There will be no audience—just you, your cohabitants, and the stack of take-out containers you've accumulated since election day.
How to WatchApple's presentation will start at 1 pm Eastern, 10 am Pacific on Tuesday, November 10. You can stream it right here on this page. You can also view the stream on Apple’s website, in the Apple TV app, or on the company’s YouTube channel.That Apple TV option is new this year, by the way—now that Apple has its own streaming service , it also has a dedicated video app on mobile devices, Apple TV boxes, Roku boxes, and in some smart TVs. You can open that app and find the option to stream Tuesday's event, whether or not you subscribe to the monthly Apple TV+ streaming service.
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