The largest iPhone release ever – literally and figuratively – could only be a few days away. Apple is gathering the media for its annual Fall Product Event on September 12, and is expected to have a long list of product updates on deck. Nothing has been officially confirmed, butindicate – including the largest ever installed 6.5-inch and 6.1-inch iPhones a second-generation 5.8-inch model – and new . In addition, Apple unveiled the first iPad models with the Face ID and a rumored reversal ̵
In other words: If you have only a short interest in Apple products or if you are an Android fanboy looking for Google to respond with his own softwareYou would like to follow this event live. Here is how.
Live coverage here Wednesday, September 12
The 2018 event follows in the footsteps of last year: The Steve Jobs Theater on the company's Apple Park campus in Cupertino will be venue, and CNET is going to have a group of experienced Apple Watchers on site, supported by dozens more around the world.
The live coverage below will be linked here as it becomes available.
Preshow Start Time: 9 pm PT, noon ET (See start time where you are)  Event begin: 10 pm PT, 1 pm ET (The start time where you are
Cupertino Live Blog : We have a full live live recording on site, including Connie Guglielmo, Vanessa Hand Orellana, Scott Stone and Shara Tibken, along with real-time photos of Ass-Photographer James Martin.
En español, tambien: Gabriel Sama becomes CNET en español .
Video simulcast: Ashley Esqueda, Patrick Holland and Lexy Savvides from our San Francisco studio for real-time coverage and analysis:
Live Event Video: Apple broadcasts the event live. Here is.
What to expect
Here's what Apple is expected to announce, from the most likely to the longer options:
We also saw them on September 12. But Apple may be waiting for them in October or later to reveal:
These are just a few of the possibilities. For more details, see
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