It’s official: Apple to hold ‘California Streaming’ event next Tuesday, September 14th

Apple this morning announced a digital-only special event that will be held on Tuesday, September 14th. Apple’s event will focus on the new iPhone 13 family and is also expected to unveil the Apple Watch Series 7 and possibly AirPods 3.

It's official: Apple to hold 'California Streaming' event next Tuesday, September 14th

Tim Hardwick for MacRumors:

If you view the event webpage on an iPhone, you can tap on the logo to open up Apple’s Safari AR viewer and you’ll see the three-dimensional logo move in real-time in the real world.

The graphic Apple is using for the event reflects the shining outline of the Apple logo seen in the event invite, and you can use AR to tunnel through it, where a starry night lake scene and the event date are revealed.

MacDailyNews Note: Watch Apple’s “California Streaming” event on September 14th at 10 a.m. PDT / 1:00 p.m. EDT here (link coming ASAP) or view online at apple.com or on the Apple TV app.

4 Comments

  1. only streaming?? more AppleTV content, that’s it, no new hardware announcement, or rather not just upgrades but new product category for finally some excitement beyond iSteve 2011-10-05?

    or direct Satellite streaming through AppleFi or Apple’s own sat system ; )? AR Glasses in 2023 as last Cook CEO project? AppleCar in a decade? But now…?

    at least f’ do a pro pro iPad – bigger than bloody 12.9″ – it’s been since 2015-11-11 already with not bigger more professional screen size?! iPad needs to be alternative to Big Macs, not just through speed…

    at least let’s hope Apple explains the stupidity of diluting (even if postponing) iOS (all iDevices) for Child Porn when Apple was the biggest fighter for privacy against GOV as police should solve murders and other crimes in other ways, diluting 1 phone dilutes all, opens cans of worms, spending billions in courts, and now contradicting themselves?!! Anyways, what is this ridiculousness when the police use bloody israeli software CelleBrite that hacks ANY device?!

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