How to watch the Apple event

Apple chief executive officer Tim Cook will be on stage in San Francisco on Thursday.
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Apple chief executive officer Tim Cook will be on stage in San Francisco on Thursday.

On Thursday at 5am (NZ time), Apple will unveil its latest iPhones along with a few other announcements.

Chief executive Tim Cook will wander on stage to rounds of applause from Apple staff and industry analysts before presenting the latest version of the iPhone.

The new iPhones are likely to be called the 6S and will be available in the same sizes - 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch (Plus). A new gold colour could be the only external change.

If you are on a Mac, then save this link for the livestream though you'll need Safari and OS X 10.8.5 or later.

If you are using an iPhone or iPad, then use the Safari browser and this link. Make sure you have iOS7 or later.

For PC users, you'll need to be using Windows 10 and have the Microsoft Edge browser. Use this link.

You can also follow Stuff's live blog run by Henry Cooke who will offer analysis and quips from 5am. It will be on the homepage as well as the mobile site and app.

Apple is tipped to make several announcements tomorrow including:

  • New iPhones with an improved camera and force touch technology.
  • The possibility of a larger iPad Pro.
  • An upgrade to the Apple TV device including a gaming focus.
  • A new and improved Siri.
     

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