Time for iPhone 13? The latest live updates, news out of Apple announcement


A screenshot of Apple's event invite.

Will Apple fans get their first look at the iPhone 13 Tuesday?

Apple will broadcast  an event announced last week from its headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., where the tech giant is widely expected to unveil its next iPhone, and potentially other refreshed devices.

Although Apple did not confirm through a media invitation whether it would talk iPhone at the event, September has typically been the month when the company releases details about the latest model of its smartphone.

Last year, due to the COVID pandemic, Apple pushed back an announcement and launch of the iPhone 12 to October.

The event starts at 1 p.m. ET. Follow USA TODAY for live updates of the Apple event. Apple is also streaming the event from its website.

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Where can I watch the Apple event?

Along with streaming the event on Apple’s website, you can also watch through YouTube.

Remember, you can also stay on this page and follow the latest news once the event begins at 1 p.m. ET.

Apple Store: ‘Be right back’

As expected prior to any Apple event, the company’s online store is down since we’re going to see new products later Tuesday.

“Be right back,” reads the message on Apple’s store. “We’re making updates to the Apple store. Check back soon.”

A new Apple Watch and AirPods, too?

Apple typically doesn’t only talk iPhone when it hosts (physically or virtually) its September events. We’re likely going to see a new version of the Apple Watch as well. According to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman, the upgraded Apple Watch Series 7 will sport a new design, larger screens and a faster processor.



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