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The holiday shopping season is closer than you might think, and that means Apple getting ready to launch the next iPhone.

Wednesday’s company fall product event, dubbed “Far Out,” will almost certainly feature iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8. CNET will cover every detail, including on us Apple event live blog.

Apple hasn’t said what it plans to announce at its event, sending only a cryptic invitation to the press, with the Apple logo appearing to appear in the night sky, suggesting a camera upgrade for the next or last year’s iPhones. rumored satellite emergency call.

The next iPhone is also rumored to include an always-on display – similar to the one on the Apple Watch now – allowing constant information at a glance without hurting battery life.

The launch of the iPhone 14 will also mark the 15th year since the debut of the original iPhone, in June 2007. At that time, the device not a definite hit it’s today. Many tech industry watchers are enthusiastic about Apple’s prospects, but have yet to prove it can build reliable phone technology. It was also up against big competitors like Microsoft, Palm and Research in Motion, whose BlackBerry devices ruled the business world at the time. However, within a decade, Apple — as well as Google’s popular Android software — have beaten three companies.

While the iPhone will be the main product we see at Apple’s event this year, and probably the focus of most people’s attention, the company is expected to hold another event later this year with another device to show off. That includes new Mac computers with upgraded chips and new iPads.

Read more: Everything We Know So far About the iPhone 14

When is the Apple event?

Apple’s online special event is set for 10 a.m. PT Wednesday. It was 1pm ET and 6pm in the UK. (It was also 3am AEST the next day. Sorry, Australia.) Here it is handy time zone converter to help find what time you are.

Where can I watch Apple live streams?

You can stream Apple events directly from company website.

We will keep you updated on minute by minute developments via Apple event live blog before the event even started.

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