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Apple is set to unveil its new iPhones on Tuesday — and you can watch the whole event as it unfolds.
Apple likely has a lot to talk about.
Apple's expected to launch three new iPhones, rumored to be named the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. The Apple Watch 3 is also reportedly on deck, with a 4G LTE option that doesn't require an iPhone to work. Apple will also likely talk a lot about iOS 11, augmented reality and the Apple TV.
It's easy to tune in from wherever you are. Here's how.
Apple will stream the event online right here. If you're on a Mac you'll need to be running either macOS v10.11 or later and using the Safari browser. If you're on a PC, you'll need to be running Windows 10 and the Microsoft Edge browser. Note: This isn't Internet Explorer, but rather Microsoft's newer Edge browser, so make sure you're using that. Sorry, Chrome and Firefox aren't supported by Apple's stream.
You'll need to be using an iPhone or iPad for the best experience from a smartphone or tablet. All you'll need to do is visit this link from an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
The Apple TV has a special Events application that you can use to watch. You just need to make sure you have a second or third generation Apple TV that's running version 6.2 or newer of Apple's older Apple TV operating system. You're already good to go if you're running tvOS on the fourth generation Apple TV.
The event starts at 1pm EDT.