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Hype for Apple’s 15 September event continues to grow, with the hashtag #AppleEvent trending several hours hours before the event was due to start.
Apple CEO Tim Cook even joined in on the hashtag, sharing a tweet promoting the event.
Good morning! T-minus 6 hours! #AppleEvent
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) September 15, 2020
As with many tech unveilings in 2020, the event will be broadcast online.
So if you want to tune in yourself as the action happens, how can you view the event?
The Apple event will be broadcast from Apple’s website.
— Apple (@Apple) September 9, 2020
Simply visit apple.com/apple-events/ to tune in. The event starts at 10am PDT, which is 7pm local time.
What is the September Apple Event about?
Journalists expect Apple to unveil a new Apple Watch and iPad Air.
However, they don’t expect the company to unveil the new iPhone. Audiences will likely have to wait a few more weeks for that reveal.
In the meantime, the hashtag continues to trend with over 68 000 tweets at the time of writing.
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