Every September, Apple launches a new iPhone and usually one or two additional new devices. This year, we already know we're going to see two updated (and new sized) versions of the iPhone X, as well as the Apple Watch Series 4, but will Apple bring any other goodies to the party?
This year, the iPhone event takes place at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET on September 12.
Follow along with us by watching the live stream
You can watch the live stream of Apple's iPhone event at the official event page, which will be updated just in time for the event.
You can also watch it from the Special Event app on your Apple TV.
For the first time, you can also watch the iPhone event streamed live on Twitter. Apple will live stream from its official Twitter account.
If you'd like to watch the live stream peppered with some commentary from the iMore team, be sure to follow us on Twitter.
Bookmark our event page to keep updated on the news
We'll be covering the event as it happens, but will also spend the rest of the day, the next few days, and the following weeks with follow up content about everything announced and providing in-depth analysis of the event. Please be sure to bookmark our event page so you can check in regularly to see what we're talking about.
Don't forget, the iPhone (2018) event (let's be real... it's going to be called iPhone Xs) takes place this Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET.
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