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With so many leaks ahead of Apple's iPhone event — which kicks off in San Francisco at 10 a.m. PDT — there are no shortage of predictions for the new iPhone, and Apple watchers may be struggling to keep up the excitement.
Enter Apple Event Bingo.
The brainchild of Ireland-based intellectual property lawyer Brian Conroy, Apple Event Bingo is the product of months spent trawling through Apple's patents. The goal is to enable anyone to follow along with CEO Tim Cook's product announcements on stage, from their couch in Ireland, Milwaukee, really anywhere in the world.
The company is widely expected to unveil the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, an updated Watch and a handful of product updates. Among Conroy's top predictions, which he lays out here — based on his patent research — are that Apple may introduce a so-called iris engine, smart button, touch bar, Airpods and an Airpods case. These are some of the features and products included in Apple Event Bingo, which you can print to play here.
Apple watching is a favorite pastime of analysts, fanboys and journalists alike, and the company's most hotly anticipated annual event — where Cook is expected to reveal a new iPhone ahead of the all important holiday season — is finally upon us. Break out the popcorn and your Bingo cards. Apple will livestream the event here.