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Two weeks ago, Apple sent invitations to some members of the media. The invitation shows the Apple logo, which consists of five different vibrant colors that tie in with the old six-color logo used years ago by Apple. Analysts speculate that the unpublished iPhone 11 will be a disappointment and will not attract the buyers Apple hopes for.
CNET will be livestreaming before, during and after the keynote from our New York office. Meet Senior Editor Bridget Carey, Senior Editor Iyaz Akhtar and Editor at Large Jeff Bakalar at 9:00 am to see their insightful hopes for Apple Day 2019.
Apple will also stream the event live on YouTube for the first time.
CNET will also be with senior editor Scott Stein, senior reporter Shara Tibken and section editor Dan Ackerman at the Cupertino event every moment of live blogging. Follow CNET's live blog for the Apple iPhone 11.
Otherwise, Apple will provide a live stream of the event on its Apple Events page. If you're an Apple TV owner, you can also watch the livestream through the Apple Events app – there are also archives of older events, if you feel nostalgic iPhones, Apple Watch and more: Apple's September …