Apple Event 2023: Where to watch iPhone 15, USB-C announcementsReading Time: 2 minutes
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UPDATE: Sep. 12, 2023, 11:40 a.m. PDT Editor’s note: This event has ended, but the former livestream is now a playable video that shows it in its entirety.
The annual Apple Event is tantalizingly close. Best get your plans for watching it figured out now before it’s too late.
Apple plans on pulling the curtain off the iPhone 15 (and potentially other stuff) at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Sept. 12. As always, it’s being streamed live to the internet, so you don’t need to be some fancy tech journalist to see the proceedings. Apple has also given fans a few different ways to watch, like in previous years. Here’s how to see the iPhone 15 event live:
All three solutions should be fine, though we should note that the YouTube stream tends to be a little bit behind the stream on Apple’s website. Maybe you care about that, maybe you don’t, but it’s worth knowing either way.
You’ll have to watch the event to find out everything that gets announced, but we have a vague idea of what to expect ahead of time. There should be four new iPhones, some of which will most likely have USB-C charging ports and all of which should have Dynamic Island in the display. There may also be a new Apple Watch, as well as potentially new AirPods. Anything is possible, but those are the things that seem most likely.
Anywho, all we can do now is wait.
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