Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 6 and its first wearable at a huge event next Tuesday, and you'll be able to watch the announcements right as they happen. As Apple often does, it'll be streaming the event online for all to see. Unfortunately, as Apple often does, it's requiring that you use Safari or an Apple TV in order to view it. That'll cut out some potential viewers, but it means that at least current Mac and iPhone users will be able to watch. We'll also be reporting from the event over at our liveblog, which is usually a little bit ahead of Apple's slightly time-delayed livestreams.
By the way, if you're wondering exactly how long you have to wait until the event starts: Apple has you covered. Clearly, it's pretty excited to get things started. The event begins September 9th at 1 PM ET / 10AM PT.
Apple Live Countdown http://t.co/eeXCnG24uS— Philip Schiller (@pschiller) September 4, 2014