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It’s official:and we’re counting down the hours. Today, on Sept. 10, Apple will hold its annual fall event where it will likely announce the iPhone 11 along with other products and services. The event begins at 10 a.m. PT at the Steve Jobs Theater on Apple’s campus in Cupertino, California. Apple is expected to announce three new phone models, replacing the iPhone XS, XS Max and XR with the rumored iPhone 11, 11 Max/11 Pro and 11R. The phones will likely add improved cameras, faster processors and iOS 13. We also expect to see an Apple Watch update. However, whether this is a brand new or a more remains to be seen.
Two weeks back, Apple sent out invitations to some members of the media. The invite shows the Apple logo made up of five different bright colors that harken back to the old six-color logo Apple used years ago. Analysts are speculating that the unreleased iPhone 11 will be a disappointment and not attract the buyers Apple is hoping for.
CNET will have a livestream before, during and after the keynote out of our New York office. Join Senior Editor Bridget Carey, Senior Editor Iyaz Akhtar and Editor at Large Jeff Bakalar at 9 a.m. PT before the event to hear their insightful hopes for Apple day 2019. You can watch directly below.
Also, for the first time ever, Apple will stream the event live on YouTube.
CNET will also be at the event in Cupertino with Senior Editor Scott Stein, Senior Reporter Shara Tibken and Section Editor Dan Ackerman liveblogging each moment. Follow CNET’s liveblog for the Apple iPhone 11 event.
Otherwise, Apple will host a livestream of the event on its Apple Events page. If you are an Apple TV owner, you can also watch the livestream via the Apple Events app – there are also archives of older events if you’re feeling nostalgic.
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