Apple Will Live Stream The iPhone Event On September 9

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Apple has revealed (with plenty of notice for once) that it will live stream the event it’s holding next week on September 9 at 10 AM PT. That means users will be able to tune in on their devices, so long as they can run Safari 5.1.10 or later on desktop or Safari on iOS 6 or later. Apple TV owners with second- or third-generation devices will also be able to get in on the action.

Typically, Apple has been providing live video feeds of its events alongside the invitations for select members of the press and tech community to attend in-person. This means people can watch along as the announcements are made. As usual, however, Apple requires a specific setup to be able to participate, which favors users that already own either a Mac, an iOS device or an Apple TV. Anyone else, as well as those who can’t exactly justify watching a live video feed in the middle of the day, can tune in to our liveblog right here at the same time.

For those keeping track, we expect the reveal of the new iPhone 6 (with two possible sizes), an Apple wearable and also possibly a new iPad Air at this event, and that’s just for starters.