How to watch the Apple event — live stream the iPhone 13 launch

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Tom's Guide 10 September, 2021 - 02:31pm 5 views

When is the Iphone event?

Apple's iPhone 13 event will take place on Sept. 14, 2021. The live stream will start at 10am PT, 1pm ET. ZDNetiPhone 13 invites are out: What to expect, how to watch the Sept. 14 event

What is Apple announcing on the 14th?

Apple plans to hold a product event on Sept. 14 during which it's expected to debut new iPhones, likely to be called iPhone 13. The event, announced Tuesday, is titled “California Streaming” and will start at 1 p.m. ET. FortuneApple announces Sept. 14 ‘California Streaming’ event. New iPhones are likely

Apple Stock Price and Forecast: AAPL down but not out

FXStreet 12 September, 2021 - 08:30am

Update September 9: Apple stock price faced rejection once again above the $57 mark, pulling back sharply from record highs of $157.26, losing 1% on Wednesday. Although, AAPL remains on track to post fresh lifetime highs, as the technical picture appears constructive. The overall downbeat mood on Wall Street indices likely dragged Apple shares lower while profit-taking could be also attributed to the pullback in prices. Tapering expectations from major global central banks keep investors unnerved.

Apple stock has broken out of the continuation wedge formation it formed and so has signaled further strong gains for the stock. The move in Tuesday's premarket after Labor Day is signaling more gains as the tech titan trades up toward $155 in the premarket session. The catalyst for the move is the bad-news-is-good-news employment report on Friday. The bad news was the number missing estimates by quite a lot, but the silver lining for equities is that this means the Fed will keep its ultra-loose monetary policy for longer and put off any potential interest rate hikes. Will we ever see an interest rate hike again? Now we are beginning to wonder. Certainly, many of the new traders who have entered the market in the pandemic will never have seen positive interest rates. The equity market has no alternative but to rally with such loose monetary policy, and Apple as the largest stock in the universe is the lead player.

There have of course been some strong fundamental news pushing Apple stock along with reports that iPhone 13 shipments will be higher than forecast and investment bank Bernstein saying in a note last week that Apple could sell 1.5 million of its Apple cars by 2025. CNBC also had a report last week saying that mass production of the car could start by 2024. That is the next big thing for Apple investors to get excited about. The history of Apple product launches is good with strong customer loyalty and a design ethos that emphasizes quality and beautiful design. 

The last few bearish issues have been tidied up on the chart with the breakout from the wedge formation. The bearish divergences from the Relative Strength Index (RSI), the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD), and the Commodity Channel Index (CCI) have all been broken, and the MACD has crossed over into bullish territory. Apple has broken out of the wedge, so the first support is the breakout point at $152.60. Near enough to the 9-day Simple Moving Average (SMA) at $151.67. With a breakout, we do not really like to see dips below here as that puts the stock back in the neutral short-term range. If we do break lower, watch $141.67 as there is a volume gap below, meaning a break could accelerate to $134. 

The trend is firmly bullish above $152.60. Easy to say when we are near all-time highs!

Update: Apple retreated from a record high of $157.26 per share, ending Wednesday down 1.01% at 155.11. Wall Street had another bad day, although major indexes managed to trim most of their intraday losses ahead of the close. The Nasdaq Composite shed 87 points, as the US Beige Book showed that several districts indicated that businesses anticipate significant hikes in their selling prices in the months ahead, also noting that the local economy "downshifted slightly" in August.

Previous update: Apple just printed a fresh all-time high in Tuesday's premarket as equity markets continue to take the positives from a negative employment report! The Fed is unlikely to tamper or taper anytime soon so equities have nowhere to run but higher. Apple has traded up to $155.20 so far in the premarket on Tuesday. 

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The pound is the best performer vs the greenback, with the pair trading near weekly tops, despite tepid UK GDP and Trade Balance figures. The broad dollar’s weakness adds to the bullish picture.

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How to watch the Apple event — live stream the iPhone 13 launch

CNET 10 September, 2021 - 02:31pm

Apple's next product event is happening Sept. 14, and you won't want to miss a single announcement

Like other recent Apple product launches, this upcoming Apple event will be a virtual-only affair so streaming will be the only way to see what new products make an appearance. Along with the new iPhone lineup, Apple could launch the Apple Watch 7, AirPods 3 or an iPad 9 or iPad mini 6. In other words, this isn't an occasion you'll want to miss.

Rumors point to a lot of different Apple products in the works — from new wireless earbuds to watches, tablets and laptops. In fact, Apple has so many potential products to launch that the September 14 event could be the first of multiple streaming events this fall showcasing refreshed Apple gear.

For now, let's focus on the event at hand. Here's how to watch the Apple event on September 14.

Unlike pre-pandemic events, when Apple invited people to its on-campus theater at its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters, the Sept. 14 product launch will only be beamed online.

The easiest way is to head to Apple's website, as Apple will post a live stream of the event there. In recent times, Apple has also posted a link on its YouTube channel, and that seems to be the case again, as there's already a Sept. 14 event streaming page.

If you've got an Apple TV, you can follow along from Apple's set-top box. On the day of the event, just launch the TV app to find the live stream.

It's almost certain Apple will show off the iPhone 13. Apple typically holds launch events for its phones in September — the iPhone 12 launch was the rare, pandemic-caused exception — and all signs point to Apple's new phones being on track to come out this month.

Like the iPhone 12, we're expecting four iPhone 13 models, likely powered by the A15 Bionic chip and said to feature smaller notches on their displays. (Expect the same sized phones as the iPhone 12, too.) The iPhone 13 Pro models sound like it'll get the more substantial upgrades with fast-refreshing displays and improved cameras, particularly the ultrawide angle lens. But the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini could feature LiDAR sensors like its Pro counterparts, supposedly adopting the iPhone 12 Pro Max's sensor shift stabilization feature.

We'd expect some other products to join the iPhone 13 on stage. Apple reportedly is working on the AirPods 3, and the new wireless earbuds seem like a natural fit to include in a phone launch, especially since Apple no longer includes headphones with its handsets. 

Likewise, the Apple Watch 7 could ship alongside the iPhone 13. Most of the ambitious health features sound like they're slated for post-2021 Apple Watch releases, but we are anticipating a new look with flatter, bigger displays. Mixed production delay reports leave us unsure of whether it'll be ready for September 14th's event, so we'll have to wait to see.

That's not all. Apple could continue its transition to building its own laptop chips by introducing more MacBook Pro models, powered by the upcoming M1X chip. And we've also heard rumors about a new version of the iPad mini along with a low-cost iPad aimed at students — possibly the iPad 9. Though at this point, the Sept. 14 Apple event sounds like it would be pretty crowded.

To that end, Apple is probably planning multiple product events — one for its phones and wearables, another for its tablets and a third for its Macs. Last fall saw a series of Apple product events, and a number of observers expect the company to repeat the pattern this year. 

We'd expect those events to get announced after Apple holds its Sept. 14 product launch. After all, the iPhone 13 deserves its time in the sun.

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