Apple’s biggest event of the year is here.
The company is expected to reveal a new line of iPhones from its Cupertino, California headquarters. Rumors and leaks have suggested Apple will announce three new phones—the iPhone XS, which is a refresh of last year’s iPhone X; a larger version called the XS Plus; and a smaller and (slightly) more affordable model that’s supposed to come in a range of colors.
There will also likely be updates to the Mac line, the Apple Watch, the iPad, Apple TV, and perhaps a few surprises.
Here’s how to watch the event live:
- The event is scheduled to begin at 10am US Pacific time, 1pm Eastern time, 5pm London time, and 1am Hong Kong time.
- Apple will stream the event at this link.
- The details: Apple’s live stream is best viewed on its Safari browser on iOS devices running iOS 10 or later, or Macs running macOS Sierra 10.12 or later. The event will also be streamed to second- and third-generation Apple TV devices, running the latest software. To watch on a PC, users will need to use the Microsoft Edge browser from a machine running Windows 10. Apple says the stream should also work on recent versions of Chrome and Firefox.
- Fair warning: The stream isn’t always reliable.