Today is the day we can finally put rumors about new iPhones, Apple Watches, and Apple TVs to rest, as Apple is gearing up for its annual September event.
Apple’s event is taking place in its new Steve Jobs Theater at the company’s new campus, called Apple Park, where each individual seat is said to cost $14,000. Unfortunately, most of us won’t get to feel what those $14,000 chairs feel like, but you can at least watch the event from the comfort of your own seat of choice.
As it usually does, Apple will live stream the event from its website at 10 a.m. PT/ 1 p.m. ET.
To stream the event from a computer, you’ll need either a Mac running on macOS 10.11 or later using the Safari web browser, or a PC running Windows 10 using the Microsoft Edge web browser.
You can also stream Apple’s event on an iPhone, iPad, and even iPod Touch as long as they’re running on iOS 9.0 or later using the Safari app.
For those planning to use their Apple TVs, you’ll need a 2nd- or 3rd-generation Apple TV running on version 6.2 or later of its software, or a 4th-generation Apple TV.
Essentially, whatever device you plan on using to stream the event, now is the time to make sure it’s all up to date.
Business Insider will be at Apple’s event. Stay tuned for more coverage.