Apple Shares 'Wonderlust' Event Live Stream Placeholder on YouTube

Apple is gearing up for its upcoming iPhone-centric event that is set to take place on Tuesday, September 12, and the company today launched a YouTube livestream where viewers can sign up to get a reminder when the event kicks off at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time.


In addition to streaming the event on YouTube, Apple also plans to make a video stream available through the Events website and the Apple TV app. MacRumors will have full coverage of the September 12 event as well, both on MacRumors.com and through our MacRumorsLive Twitter account.

Apple's fall event will see the unveiling of the iPhone 15 models, the Apple Watch Series 9, the Apple Watch Ultra 2, and a new version of the AirPods Pro charging case with USB-C.

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fatTribble Avatar
8 months ago
I can’t wait! ??

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TheYayAreaLiving ?️ Avatar
8 months ago
One More Week! ?



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WWPD Avatar
8 months ago
I can't wait to hear those sweet, sweet words from Tim ....."good mornang"!
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howywood Avatar
8 months ago

This is exciting and all, but what happened to the “S” model iPhones every other year? And who else is still waiting for iPhone 9?
“S” stands for “Save Your Money”.

Tim Apple wants you to spend your money. Therefore, “S” dropped.
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Junipr Avatar
8 months ago
This is exciting and all, but what happened to the “S” model iPhones every other year? And who else is still waiting for iPhone 9?
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icanhazmac Avatar
8 months ago

I can't wait to hear those sweet, sweet words from Tim ....."good mornang"!
And all the painfully, super wide stances!
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