Apple's next big launch event – for the iPhone 15 series – will take place today, Tuesday 12 September 2023.
Here's everything else you need to know about it.
When will the Apple iPhone 15 launch take place?
Apple will host its "Wonderlust" event today, Tuesday 12 September 2023.
It will be broadcast live from Apple Park from 10am PT – local time to Cupertino.
Here are the start times for your location:
- US West Coast: 10:00 PT
- US East Coast: 13:00 ET
- UK: 18:00 BST
- Central Europe: 19:00 CEST
- India (New Delhi): 22:30 IST
- China (Beijing): 01:00 CST (13 September)
- Japan (Tokyo): 02:00 JST (13 September)
- South Korea (Seoul): 02:00 KST (13 September)
- Australia (Sydney): 03:00 AEST (13 September)
How to watch the Apple iPhone 15 launch event
You can watch the entire event live via the video further up this page.
Alternatively, you will be able to watch the launch event on Apple's own website, through Apple TV devices, and on Apple's YouTube channel.
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What to expect
It's a shoo-in that Apple will announce the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max during the event. We also expect it to unveil a new Apple Watch or two.
The company also announced its AirPods Pro 2 earbuds last year, so we could see some USB-C enabled AirPods Pro announced during the 2023 event, too (although not a complete refresh). And we fully expect the official, full releases of iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS 14 Sonoma, watchOS 10 and tvOS 17 to be there or thereabouts.
As for the event itself, it is an in-person affair again, like this year's WWDC, rather than the pre-recorded presentation we've seen since the pandemic started.
Another way to follow it all day today and through the event itself is via our liveblog here on T3. We'll be posting regularly, so join us for the exciting announcements to come.