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In a few short hours (1pm EST/10am PST), Apple will surprise absolutely no one with the announcement of the iPhone 7. But Apple could have other announcements in store: official release dates for iOS 10 and Mac OS, the long-rumored Apple Watch 2, and even (it’s a long shot) refreshes to the MacBook Pro line.


The easiest way to tune in is by clicking on this link and streaming the event directly from Apple’s website. If you’re using an Apple device, you’ll need to use Safari. If you’re Apple obsessed and on a Windows device, you’ll need to be running the Edge browser in Windows 10.


If you’re on Linux or don’t actually want to watch an hour and a half of Tim Cook salsa dancing, then might I suggest Gizmodo’s lovely liveblog? Senior Writer Christina Warren will be reporting directly from the Apple event and the rest of us are back at Gizmodo HQ prepping the wittiest commentary and gifs.

Updated (11:16am EST) to add the time it starts. Because that’s useful. (It starts at 1pm EST/10am PST.)

Senior Consumer Tech Editor. Trained her dog to do fist bumps. Once wrote for Lifetime. Tips encouraged via Secure Drop, Proton Mail, or DM for Signal.

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