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Miss Apple's keynote? Watch it here to learn more about the iPhone 11 and other announcements

Miss Apple's keynote? Watch it here to learn more about the iPhone 11 and other announcements

It's finally here. After months of fevered speculation, Apple revealed its newest lineup of products to the world during its annual fall event on Sept. 10. Until then, we only had rumors and educated guesses as to what the ever-mysterious masters of the iPhone would announce. But now, they finally pulled back the curtain to show us what's in store.

To catch you up, iPhone announced the all-new iPhone 11 with a few modest upgrades. Then came the unveiling of the iPhone 11 Pro, and the larger iPhone 11 Pro Max with big camera upgrades and higher battery life.

As for the big event itself, Apple took a brand new route to deliver its keynote to its legions of fans. For the first time ever, Apple live-streamed its event on YouTube for audiences the world over. And don't worry if you missed it, because you can watch it in its entirety below.

Watch the Apple event to find out what you might have missed

As for all the details on what was announced, check out our roundup by tapping or clicking here. And if you're looking for everything that's new on the iPhone 11, read more about that here.

New iOS 13, Mac Pro, macOS 10.15, no more iTunes and everything Apple just announced

The day has finally come, and WWDC 2019 is flooding the airwaves with a slew of major Apple announcements. Both software and hardware took the spotlight during the company's annual summer event, which highlighted the latest feature-filled updates to its entire family of products. Between new interfaces like Dark Mode to second-screen functionality between your devices, the latest updates for Mac and iOS are some of the biggest to come out of Cupertino in years.

Click or tap to see what's new from Apple.

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