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Summary: One of the biggest events of the year, the iPhone 6 unveiling, will be live streamed. Here's how you can watch live, or keep up-to-date with the day's news from the keynote.

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Apple is ready to show the world the next iPhone — and maybe a little something more.

At an event in Cupertino, California on September 9, the technology giant will lift the lid on what is expected to be one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year.

In fitting with previous years, the company will stream the event live, featuring Apple chief executive Tim Cook, and other senior executives.

Apple will offer the video stream of the keynote at 10 am PT (1 pm, New York; 6 pm, London). 

If you are around to watch the hour-long keynote, viewers must watch the stream online with Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X 10.6.8 or later; Safari on iOS 6 or later. If you're watching through Apple TV, it requires the second- or third-generation set-top box with software 5.0.2 or later. 

Viewers can also watch the Apple event live online from supported devices.

As always, if you're at work or away from the screens, you can keep up to date with ZDNet throughout the morning and the afternoon, wherever you are. 

We'll bring you the latest and breaking news throughout the day. You can check the @ZDNet Twitter stream for news as it happens, or check out our Apple section. You can also read our sister site CNET's live blog

Topics: Apple, iOS, iPhone, Mobility, Smartphones

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  • Biggest Events

    One of the biggest events for misguided, hypnotized Apple sheep/fans and Apple's stockholders!
    Pollo Pazzo
    • LOL

      Says the Windows sheep...
      • Wish we could say more

        Please say less!!! Tim Cooks voice is super annoying.
        Sean Foley
        • Boy I hope that's not how we buy products now

          Because boy, I would have had to drop Microsoft stuff after Steve Ballmer left. I loved that guy! Satya Nadella may be whip smart, but not the entertaining presenter by any means....
      • RE: LOL

        I will be LOL when Apple releases just the same model IPhone as previous year with updated specs and no mystical iWatch everyone thought would be released!
        Pollo Pazzo
      • Does More

        The Windows sheep or simply the better device
        • My goodness, there's some bitter little men here!

          Do none of you have anything relevant to say?
          • See the ...

            See the comments of Rickochet.
        • uh.. no?

          Two words that should never be used in conjunction in the same sentence when referring to cell phones, Windows and Better...

          Now computer operating systems is a different story...
    • Biggest events

      So what??
  • "One of the biggest events of the year"

    Ever feel you need to broaden your horizons a little?
    • re: "One of the biggest events of the year"

      They obviously don't get out much.
      rocket ride
    • Certainly one of the biggest events...

      ...for Apple. This introduction can potentially make or break Apple's future. If all we see is another of their yearly "50% faster, 20% thinner" upgrades, even those who really like iOS are going to start considering alternatives. There has been almost zero excitement over an iPhone introduction in the past few years. Even their stock price is fragile right now, thanks to several years of product stagnation. There are a lot of expectations, forecasts, and investment decisions hinging on this introduction, so Apple had better get it right.
      • The last one was not a 50% faster one

        It was 100% faster and that alone allowed to run an event. As for the Apple's future, at this stage it is more important to remove old annoyances than to add new features. September 9 should be mostly an iOS 8 event.
        • it should be called ios 0.8

          lets face it, it's sooooo 2007 with its icon interface and a keyboard that doesn't even show you when the caps lock is on.

          But I've heard ios0.8 will have a swype type keyboard (probably i-swype - invented and patented by Apple), if it has i-swype and a 5" screen it'll be like the Dell Streak I bought in 2010. lol
          • Caps Lock IS displayed in IOS 7

            Look at the shift key. It has a space inside the bolded area when caps lock is on, no space when it is a simple shift, and grey when lower case.

            It was in all the papers.
          • Re: Caps Lock is displayed in IOS7

            Now, now. If you let them in on the little secrets, what will we they scream about next? Having to download apps from your computer only?

            Remember, keep the secrets!!! :)
        • Well...

          100% faster? It was really about the same speed in 99% of applications with the exception of a few camera filters and Javascript performance.
        • They even stole iOS

          IOS is a Cisco acronym...Internetwork Operating System. They should sue Apple. lol
  • I can't wait to see how far Apple has caught up to Samsung

    This had better be good.