The time has come: Apple will take the stage on Sept. 12 for its “Special Event,” where the company is expected to announce three new iPhones, including the much-anticipated iPhone 8. Rumors suggest the company will also release a 4K Apple TV, updates to Siri, and more details on its smart speaker HomePod.
If you didn’t get an invite to Apple’s “spaceship” campus in Cupertino, don’t worry: There are plenty of ways to watch the spectacle online.
Apple Event 2017: How to watch the ‘Special Event’
When: Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 1pm EST
Where: Apple will live stream the keynote on its event page.
How: The stream can be viewed on Safari on mobile devices running iOS 7 or later and Macs with OS X 10.8.5 or later. Windows users will need to use the Edge browser, not Chrome or Mozilla. If you have a newer Apple TV (second gen and above), you catch watch from the Apple Events channel.
If you don’t want to spend time listening to Apple create new buzzwords or if something happens to the stream, you can follow along on Twitter using #AppleEvent.
We’ll let you know about everything Apple unveiled soon after the event wraps up. To learn more about the iPhone 8, check out our previous coverage of rumored specs, features, and price.