Apple iPhone 14 launch event: How to watch it live; date, time and all other details

The wait for the next generation of iPhones is almost over. Apple is set to release the iPhone 14 series tomorrow (September 7) at its ‘Far Out’ event. Since the pandemic, this upcoming event is going to be the first Apple event that will be held with in-person attendance at Apple Park, Cupertino. Apart from the iPhone 14 series, the company is even expected to release the new editions of AirPods Pro and Apple Watch Series 8. Apple fans worldwide can watch the launch event live as it will be live streamed on select platforms.
Apple iPhone 14 launch event: Date, time and live streaming details
Apple has mentioned that the iPhone 14 event will be held on September 7 at 10.30 pm IST. The launch event will be live streamed on limited platforms which include — Apple’s official website, Apple TV+ and the company’s official YouTube channel. Users can also add this event to their calendar through social media platforms like — Facebook, Twitter and other platforms.

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Apple Event — September 7

Apple Apple iPhone 14 launch event: What to expect
As mentioned above, Apple is expected to launch a range of new products at the event. iPhone 14 series will be the biggest highlight of the event and for this time the tech giant may ditch the ‘Mini’ version. The iPhone 14 lineup is likely to include four variants — iPhone 14, iPhone 14 (Max/Plus), iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Apart from this, Apple is also likely to launch the next generation of the Apple Watch series — the Apple Watch Series 8. The new lineup is expected to include the Apple Watch Series 8, 8 Pro and Apple Watch SE 2. The Watch 8 Pro is rumoured to offer improved health and fitness features along with more advanced sensors, battery life and durability.

Furthermore, the company is also rumoured to introduce the AirPods Pro 2. The AirPods Pro 2 is speculated to sport a new design and may come with LE and LC3 codec support.

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