Apple's September 10 event will be live streamed on YouTube for the first time

Typically, to stream an Apple event, you need to use an Apple device or Microsoft's Edge browser on Windows 10. That seems to be changing though, as for the first time, you'll be able to watch an Apple event live on YouTube. That event is, of course, the iPhone launch on Tuesday.

The Cupertino firm is expected to announce three new iPhones: the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The iPhone 11 is to be the successor to be the iPhone XR, while the Pro line is to be the successor to the XS line. Each one will have one more camera sensor than it did before, with two lenses on the iPhone 11 and three on the iPhone 11 Pro. One will be the standard lens, one will be zoom, and a wide-angle lens will be added.

On top of that, the company will also likely launch the Apple Watch Series 5. Among expected features is sleep tracking, but not much else is known.

Other than that, it's all up in the air. We could see the rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro, new iPads, a better Apple TV that's more equipped for Apple Arcade games, and more. We'll find out on Tuesday at 10am Pacific Time.

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