Earlier today, Apple announced that they will live-stream the special media event the company is holding on September 9th in Cupertino, California. From the webpage:
Live video from our special event will be right here. And so will a whole lot more.
In an article also published today, The New York Times reports that Apple will – as rumored – introduce two larger iPhones and a smartwatch next week. According to the article, the "watch" will have a flexible display and carry fitness and health-related functionalities with iOS integration through Handoff and other wireless features; because of the larger screens, the new iPhones' software should have a "special" one handed mode.
Last, Sachin Patel recorded (via 9to5Mac) a video using a drone to show the structure that Apple has built in front of the Flint Center in Cupertino for next week's event. You can watch it below.
As first reported by Jim Dalrymple at The Loop, Apple today announced a media event for September 9, this time to be held at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino. The keynote will begin at 10 AM, and the invitation image shared by Apple shows the event's date with the "Wish we could say more" tagline.
Apple is widely expected to introduce the next version of its iPhone at the event, with rumors suggesting that the company will introduce two new devices under the "iPhone 6" name, carrying larger screens than the current generation models. Apple is also expected to confirm the release of iOS 8, first introduced at WWDC in June and set to debut this Fall.