Apple’s Far event is finally here! At 10 a.m. PT, Tim Cook takes the stage and the keynote begins. We expect the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, Apple Watch Series 8, SE 2 and Pro and AirPods Pro, along with hopefully a few surprises. Here’s how to watch, what to expect, and all the updates when they happen.
Far Out Event: Live Updates
12:55 PM ET: The livestream kicked off with a sea of stars and the song “Dream Slow” by Milkblood followed by “Who Are You” by Kislo.
1 o’clock in the afternoon: Video descends on Apple Park and Tim Cook is outside, but not on stage.
13:02: Apple introduces three new products: iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch.
13:03: First Apple Watch!
13:07: Today we’re introducing our best Apple Watch lineup yet – by far!
13:08: Apple Watch Series 8 has a temperature sensor for women’s health as part of a suite of advanced cycle tracking features. Detects changes as small as 0.1 degrees.
1.12 pm: Female users are notified of cycle abnormalities.
Far Out Event: How To Watch
The Far Out keynote begins at 10am PT (1pm ET) at the Steve Jobs Theater. It will be held in front of a live audience for the first time since September 2019, although it is not clear whether parts of the presentation will be pre-recorded. You can watch the event streamed live on YouTube or on Apple’s website.
Far Out event: the latest news and rumours
Here and wow: Apple’s new tagline for the Far Out event suggests some impressive announcements are on the way.
Apple Store Offline: As always, Apple has closed its online store in anticipation of new products launching today. The message reads: “We are updating the Apple Store. Check back soon.” with an image of the Far Out logo. We expect the new products to be live around noon PT. CEO Tim Cook has tweeted that he’s “watching a great Apple event.”
Apple Watch Pro: Apple’s new high-end Apple Watch is expected to measure 49mm and have an excellent tab for the Digital Crown and side button. It is also rumored that there is a new second button on the right. Below you can see the renders made by Ian Zelbo.