Apple Event 2019 Announcements: iPhone 11, 11 Pro, Apple Arcade Price, TV+, More
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Apple's event is over, and there was a ton of news. It started out with Apple Arcade price and release date, followed by an Apple TV+ price and release date. From there, we got a flurry of new hardware, including, the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max, a new iPad, and a new Apple Watch. While the livestream is now over, Apple has released the summary video below to give you an overview of all the highlights. The original story follows.
Apple is preparing to unveil new products--namely a slate of iPhone 11 devices--and you can watch all the announcements as they happen. The event is now just minutes away: It's scheduled to start today, September 10, at 10 AM PT from the Steve Jobs Theatre in Cupertino, and you'll have a more widely available option to watch the livestream this time around. As is customary ahead of these events, the Apple store has taken offline in anticipation of the new arrivals, and we're sure to be hearing all about new Apple products for the next few hours.
GameSpot sister site CNET expects the event to focus on hardware. That will include three new phone models, rumored to be the iPhone 11, 11 Max/Pro, and 11R. Those are likely to include better cameras and processors, and a new iOS13 operating system that is also likely to be highlighted. Apple is facing the challenge of spurring on customers to upgrade, so we'll see how these new phones stack up. We may also see new Apple Watch models.
Apple has streamed its events for years, usually through its own devices and Safari browser. This event will mark the first time Apple will stream through YouTube, owned by its tech competitor Google. You can watch that stream below or follow along through the usual means on Apple's website.
Watch The Apple iPhone Event Stream Recap
Apple has recently been expanding from tech hardware and software to entertainment and services, like its Apple TV Plus streaming service which will host original programming, and the upcoming Apple Arcade game subscription service. On that front it's also seeing increased competition, including from Google, which is preparing to launch its own Play Pass subscription.