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Apple’s 2016 iPhone and Apple Watch keynote kicks off at 10 a.m. Pacific (1 p.m. Eastern / 5 p.m. UTC) on September 7 in San Francisco. Here’s how to watch the event it live:

  • Mac: Safari (OS X 10.8.5+)
  • iPhone, iPad, iPod TouchSafari (iOS 7.0+)
  • Windows: Microsoft Edge (Windows 10) or VLC (link)
  • Android: VLC (link)
  • Apple TV: Apple Events app (2nd generation+ running 6.2+)
  • Follow along: on Twitter (@VentureBeat) for the latest breaking Apple news

As we await the next iPhone (the iPhone 7? the 6SE??), here’s an overview of everything the company is (and isn’t) expected to announce.

Will (probably)

Won’t (maybe)

  • New Macs: Nope.
  • New Macs: Sorry, that’s what everyone’s saying.
  • New Macs: I know, and honestly, what the hell, Apple?!
  • Seriously: Apparently updated Macs will arrive later this year — maybe.


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