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How to Watch Apple’s iPhone 14 Event

Where to find Apple's livestream and OWC's live coverage

On Wednesday, Sept. 7, Apple will host “Far Out,” its next live product event with some big announcements in store.

As we detailed in our previous post, Apple is expected to use the event as the stage for the unveiling of the next-generation iPhone 14 lineup. The event is also expected to focus time on new Apple Watches and maybe even a peek at the company’s rumored augmented reality (AR) headset.

And because this event is such a big deal, OWC will be providing live coverage like never before. Sign up here.

How to watch the Sept. 7 Apple event

So, how do you tune in to the event? Apple is hosting the in-person event live from the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park. You can watch the event live on, Apple’s YouTube page, or within the Apple TV app of your iPad, iPhone, Mac, or Apple TV device.

What time does the Apple event start?

Apple will start the presentation at 10 AM PDT/1 PM EST.

Where can I watch live coverage of the Apple iPhone 14 event?

Here at OWC we’ll be hosting live coverage and reaction to all of the new Apple products as they’re announced. Our very own expert and Chief Mac Man, Brian Burke, will be hosting the livestream and answering your questions on LinkedIn. Click here to sign up and attend.

We’ll also have full coverage of all the big announcements right here on Rocket Yard, so stay tuned!

OWC Wayne G
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  • Hi, Wayne-

    That caption date is off. It’s WEDNESDAY September 7th…

    Best as always,
    Loren Miler

      • No charge!

        I watched the whole thing. I won’t miss the notch when they find a way to make it invisible in software when we don’t need the camera or mike. The Pro versions feature the so-called Dynamic Island, so the notch is gone but replaced by a capsule which changes shape depending on need. The funny thing is, they don’t seem to address the need to see my whole screen! They’re not thinking outside their own box.

        My .02

        Best as always,