Later this morning in Cupertino, California, Apple is expected to launch the next version of the iPhone. Just like last year, we’re expecting to see a new flagship iPhone alongside some lower-priced models.
We’re also expecting the tech giant to announce a new Apple Watch, maybe some hardware for the smart home, and maybe even new AirPods. We also expect some announcements around Apple’s new subscription services, which are expected to launch in the next month or two. It’s certain to be the biggest day all year for Apple.
Apple’s big show begins at 10 am PDT, 1 pm EDT. We’re going to be liveblogging the whole thing, starting one hour before the event starts. Join us here for live updates, commentary, and lulz from the Steve Jobs Theater on Apple’s campus. WIRED’s Lauren Goode and Tom Simonite will be at the launch, and they’ll be liveblogging along with Brian Barrett, Arielle Pardes, and Michael Calore.
Yes, you can stream a live video feed from the event. So why would we still liveblog if everyone can watch the feed? Because we love liveblogs, of course. They’re fun to do, they’re (hopefully!) fun to read, and we all get to enjoy an epic hang. Plus, we can offer you by-the-minute analysis of everything Apple is announcing. We’re sure to see stats, figures, and claims from Apple execs on stage today, and we’ll be here to help you make sense of it all.
Join us right here at 9 am PDT for our live coverage. This page will refresh and get replaced by the liveblog one hour before the event begins.