So what about today's event? Well, we should expect to see some of those other Apple goodies: almost certainly a new Apple Watch, maybe some new headphones and speakers, and possibly a new iPad. Our own Lauren Goode has some ideas about what's coming .Apple's big media show-and-tell will be livestreamed for free, so anyone can tune in. If it's anything like we saw at the virtual WWDC event in June, we should be treated to prerecorded segments featuring Apple executives walking us through some new products and demonstrating software features for the cameras. There's no audience; it's a BYO-laugh-track affair.
How to WatchApple's presentation will start at 1 pm Eastern, 10 am Pacific on Tuesday, September 15. You can stream it right here at the top of 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.
If there’s anything that’s clear from Apple’s event Monday, it’s that the maker of premium tech products is trying to sell people on its vision for the future of services—a seemingly effortless lifestyle filled with always-accessible media, exclusive video games, and cash-back incentives from a literal titanium credit card.
We'd recommend launching the stream on your television using either your YouTube app or the Apple TV app. The company's slickly produced showcases feature lots of high-impact visuals that look good in the larger format. Besides, if you watch it on your television, that frees up your laptop for firing off snarky tweets during the show.
Expect the presentation to last between 90 minutes and two hours. Once the event ends, come back to WIRED for coverage that rounds up the announcements and highlights the industry trends that Apple is both responding to and advancing with its latest hardware releases.
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