How to Watch Apple’s iPhone 14 Launch and More
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Are you ready to watch Apple’s iPhone 14 launch and more at this year’s event on Wednesday, September 7, at 10 am Pacific time, 1 pm Eastern? You can watch the live streaming of the event right on this page, or Apple events website and its official YouTube channel

Apple is expected to unveil its lineup of iPhone 14s along with a couple of new Apple Watches. We can also expect to witness a few software announcements, and maybe even some other hardware accessories and tidbits.

Apart from the options mentioned above you can also view the event on any Apple TV or streaming box—just go into the Apple TV+ app to find the livestream. The event will be prominently showcased once you access the app on Wednesday morning on top right of the page. You don’t need to be a subscriber to Apple’s streaming service to view the event. 

We will also keep you updated on any new developments as they happen at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California, where the event is being held.

iPhones 14
Apple will be unveiling their newest iPhones this September. The new phones will most likely be called iPhone 14, despite rumors that they could go by a different name. There will be four iPhone versions (Pro, Max), each with slightly different specs. 

One design change Apple plans to make is removing the notch while following in the footsteps of Google by adding a hole along the screen’s edge. A16 chips, titanium frames and always-on displays are also speculated updates. New features coming to iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 will also be announced on September product releases.

Apple Watch Series 8
Apple will likely release at least two new models of the Apple Watch. One update is for the standard model, Apple Watch 8, which will not have significant design changes from last year’s model. The big design change will come in the form of a “rugged” Apple Watch that may include an increased durability to it and significantly better weather resistance.

AR/VR Headset
Apple is most likely to release AR/VR devices next year. Apple has been granted a trademark of the term Reality and branded its headsets as Reality. It is likely that Apple will announce these products at a later date. 

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