How to watch Apple’s “Far Out” event on September 7


Apple is gearing up for its third live event of this year, “Far Out,” on September 7.

The event, which is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. PT / 1:00 p.m. ET, will be held in person for select media personnel, although it will also be streamed live online worldwide. The live stream will be available for viewing on, Apple’s YouTube channel, and the Apple TV app. A recording of the event will likely be available immediately after its conclusion.

Although there is little information about the hardware that Apple plans to unveil, rumor has it that the company will unveil its long-awaited iPhone 14 at the event, with four new models: the iPhone 14 from 6, 1 inch, the 6.7 inch iPhone 14 Max, the 6.1 inch iPhone 14 Pro and the 6.7 inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. According to Apple enthusiast DuanRui, the iPhone 14 would support 30W charging in its Pro and Pro Max variants.

Additionally, Apple would announce the Apple Watch 8 and AirPods Pro 2 during the September showcase. Notably, this latest device is said to lose its uppers and instead incorporate in-ear wingtips for a more fitted look.

As is customary for the tech giant, Apple has not confirmed any of the aforementioned product launches. Stay tuned for updates during Apple’s “Far Out” event on September 7 via the YouTube live stream embedded above.

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