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Apple's Big Reveal - Join my Komando Viewing Party Live Stream

Apple is holding its "See you on the 7th" event, set to kick off at 1 p.m. Eastern time on September 7. Now, we will finally get to see which of the rumors are true.

Luckily, you can tune in as the event unfolds and get the latest updates in real time. The Komando.com staff is watching the live stream and updating our readers as we go. Stay tuned and check back often for the latest developments.

Here we'll be live streaming our Komando Viewing Party, and live tweeting the event. We'll begin our coverage at 1 PM EST / 10 AM PST and will continue updating this page until the event wraps up around 3 PM EST / 12 PM PST.

You can also follow along with our live blog by clicking here. And of course, look out for (or subscribe to!) my Apple Newsletter that will delve even deeper into all of the cool new stuff that Apple announced today.

Please follow the fun as it happens!

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Note: To watch Apple's official live stream, visit Apple's event page. The Apple live stream will be viewable via: iPhones, iPod Touch and iPads running iOS 7 or later. Use the Safari browser;  Macs running OS X Mountain Lion and Safari version 6.05 and later; Apple Events app for the 4th gen Apple TV; and Microsoft Edge browser on Windows 10.
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