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In a normal year, Apple's September gathering heralds the launch of its newest iPhones. But tomorrow's “Time Flies” event will likely see the Apple Watch Series 6 take center stage instead.
That's largely due to the disruptive effects of the coronavirus pandemic; interferences to Apple's supply chain have forced several adjustments to its much-anticipated Fall unveiling. Nevertheless, the likelihood that the Apple Watch Series 6, the iPad Air 4, and the first Apple Silicon MacBooks will be unveiled makes the September 15 event one to tune in for.
Below, we've broken down what to expect from tomorrow's digital-only event, as well as how and where to watch it.
What to expect from Apple's “Time Flies” event
As the “Time Flies” name suggests, we're likely to see the Apple Watch Series 6 at tomorrow's event. While there's no indication there'll be any external design changes from the last model, rumors suggest that the Series 6 may include a blood oxygen monitoring feature.
There's been a lot of excitement surrounding the next-generation iPad Air leading up to tomorrow's event. It looks like this could be the first Apple device to feature Touch ID outside of the standard Home button. It's also rumored to feature an all-display design like the iPad Pro, with a 10.8- to 11-inch screen size.
The general consensus is that Apple is opting to unveil its new iPhone closer to the delayed October release date. However, if they do choose to unveil it tomorrow, there are a few things to know. Firstly, Apple is releasing a total of four iPhones in 2020, one more than the 2019 lineup. There will be two lower-cost affordable iPhones and two more expensive Pro models.
There are a number of other possible products being unveiled tomorrow, including high-end over-ear headphones that could be called the "AirPods Studio," the first Apple Silicon Mac, and a more affordable HomePod.
Where to watch Apple's “Time Flies” event
You’ll be able to watch online via the Apple Events website, through a web browser. If you have an Apple TV, you can also watch on the big screen via the Apple Events app. Alternatively, you can watch via YouTube, and you can set a reminder below.
When to watch Apple's “Time Flies” event
Earlier this week, Apple sent out reminders and posted an announcement on its events page confirming a September 15 live stream at 1 PM. EDT/10 AM PDT.