Apple is holding its annual September event in less than an hour, where we expect new Apple Watch hardware, an all-new iPad Air 4, and more. Read on as we round up all of the news from Apple’s September ‘Time Flies’ event as it happens!
What to expect during Apple’s September event |
While a September Apple event usually means the iPhone debut is imminent, that’s not the case this year. During this year’s event, we expect the announcement of an all-new iPad Air 4, two new Apple Watch models, and details on release dates for iOS 14 and more.
Here’s everything you need to know, including the latest last minute rumors:
How to stream the iPad and Apple Watch event |
Apple’s September event is completely virtual this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully, it’s easier than ever to stream on any of your devices. Here’s our full guide to doing so via Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Mac, and more:
Apple September Apple Watch and iPad event live blog |
- Cook confirms that today’s event will focus on Apple Watch and iPad — no iPhones or Macs
- And here we go! Tim Cook opens things directly from Apple Park.
- The very reliable Twitter leaker @L0vetodream has a cryptic hint at when iOS 14 might be released:
- This year, you can stream Apple’s September keynote directly in the TV app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV:
- New last-minute rumors suggest that the iPad Air 4 will be powered by the latest A14 processor
- Tim Cook has once again wished us all a good morning:
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