Apple is set to stream its Far Out event on September 7. For fans in the Philippines, that’s on September 8 at 1:00 AM.

Apple is expected to launch the several new products, including the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models, along a new low end iPad with an updated A14 chip and a USB-C port, new iPad Pro models with the latest M2 chips, as well as the AirPods Pro 2, a new Apple Watch, and new Mac computers.

If you who want to catch the live stream, you can watch it on several channels. First and foremost is on Apple’s event page, which is recommended by some, because it is often the fastest and most synchronous stream.

For those with Apple devices, the event is also livestreamed on the Apple TV app and on Apple’s official YouTube channel (seen below).

YouTube video

As to what to expect, reports say the iPhone 14 retain the iPhone 13 design. Apple is said to also remove the “mini” variants and will instead release a model with a 6.7-inch screen, a first non-Pro model with a display of this size. It is also going to be powered by an A15 chip from the iPhone 13.

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Meanwhile, iPhone 14 Pro will ditch the notch and instead replace it with a pill shaped punch hole that will house the Face ID and the selfie camera. It will have a more powerful processor and larger cameras, including a 48MP main, alongside a 12MP ultra-wide and telephoto shooters.

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