How to Watch Tuesday’s Apple Event — New iPhone Announcement Live Stream

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — at least for Apple fans with disposable income.

The technology giant is holding an event on Tuesday — at which three new models of the iPhone are reportedly set to be unveiled. According to The Verge, the highlight is expected to be the iPhone X.

The iPhone X will reportedly be sold as a limited-edition model. It will apparently use facial recognition instead of fingerprint technology as a means of identification. The home button will be gone, and so too will the bezels above and beneath the screen. Fancy. And it will, undoubtedly carry a hefty price tag — one rumored to be upwards of $1,000.

Other expected highlights; Apple is also set to release a new version of Apple TV — one which will have the ability to play 4K video. And an updated edition of the Apple Watch is also apparently on tap.

The event begins at 1:00 p.m. ET live from the all-new Steve Jobs theater in Cupertino, CA. It can be streamed live via Apple’s website, either on a desktop, laptop, iPhone, or iPad. The event cannot be accessed on Google Chrome. Mac users must open Safari to watch the stream, while PC users need to watch via Microsoft Edge.

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