Apple is announcing its latest iPhone models and more in a special live event on Tuesday, September 10, at 10 a.m. PST (1 p.m. EST).
Rumors point to three new handsets called iPhone Pro, improved AirPods, and maybe even a 16-inch MacBook.
Software will be a significant part of the show between new operating systems for the iPhone, Apple Watch and Mac plus a new experience called Apple Arcade.
It's that time again: Apple is ready to make its annual announcement about new hardware (and software) and once again, we're expecting a whole new line of iPhones. Ready to trade in your iPhone X for the latest and greatest? Today you can get a glimpse of the next generation of iPhones. Just bust out a laptop or smartphone and make sure your internet connection is solid.
We'll be live-blogging the whole thing, so just check back here starting at 1 p.m. EST/10 a.m. PST.
How to watch:
On YouTube: For the first time, Apple is streaming the event live on YouTube. We have the video embedded above, but you can also click here to watch directly on YouTube.
On Apple's Website: As in years past, you can hop over to Apple's website to watch the livestream.
What we're expecting:
Three new iPhones, rumored to be called the "iPhone Pro" line.
Brand-new software, including WatchOS 6, iOS 13, and MacOS Catalina.