Apple has officially confirmed the date of its yearly iPhone event, sending members of the press invites for Tuesday, September 12. But even if you’re not a tech writer, you can stream the show live as Tim Cook and co. unveil the iPhone 15 series and more.
What to expect
Apple’s invites usually contain a subtle hint at what to expect from its event, and this year the tagline “Wonderlust” accompanies an Apple logo that looks to be made of dark sand being whipped up in the breeze.
Our best guess would be that this year’s hook relates to improved durability in harsh climates for Apple Watch Ultra 2, which could be on show at the event alongside the new iPhones.
How to watch
Apple is continuing with pre-recorded events, which were such a success during the early days of the pandemic that Apple has stuck with them ever since. Despite not being a live show, it will be streaming live around the world via Apple’s website or YouTube channel at 10 am PT (that’s 6 pm BST for any Brits reading). You can watch it via apple.com/events from almost any device with internet access, or you can find it feature in the TV app on an Apple TV.
Of course, if you can’t give up two hours on a weekday morning for a press event, stick with us for a full recap soon after things wrap up. We’ll give you all the big talking points in 5 minutes.