Here's how you can watch today's Apple event

Today, Apple is set to hold its September event, but it's not what you'd expect. The schedule has shifted around a bit due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so Apple, a company that usually works like clockwork, is changing it up.

The Cupertino firm has launched its last eight iPhone generations in early September, so you'd be forgiven if you expect the iPhone 12 today, but apparently that's not happening until next month. Instead, Apple is going to be focusing on the Apple Watch and the iPad Air.

Aside from the Apple Watch Series 6 and the iPad Air 4, it's unclear what we'll see from the event, which can also include surprises like a new Apple TV, a more affordable Apple Watch variant, new services, Macs, and more.

There are a variety of ways to live-stream the event, which is being held at 10am PT from Apple Park. You can watch it on Apple's own website here, or you can use a third-party streaming service like YouTube, which is embedded below.

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