How to watch live as Apple launches the iPhone 6 next week. Don't miss out: the iPhone 6 launch could also be the iWatch launch and iPhone Air launch. Here's how to watch the live stream. For more on the iPhone 6 launch, see: New iPhone 6 release date, price, specs and features: 9 September launch confirmed.
Apple hasn't yet said whether the iPhone 6 launch event will be live streamed for media and fans to watch, but we expect that it will, and in this story we will explain how you can watch it. Meanwhile we can say for sure that we'll be live blogging the entire event so you can get all the news here: iPhone 6 launch live blog.
How to watch the iPhone 6 launch live
Apple's iPhone 6 launch live stream will be available at the Apple events website. Simply go to the site and select the appropriate stream.
The good news is that anybody can access the website - the bad news is that not everyone will be able to watch the iPhone 6 launch live stream. Apple tends to restrict live streams of its big launch events so that only existing Apple users can see them. So if you have an iPhone or iPad, or a Mac, you will be able to view the live video. Just remember to watch via the Safari web browser, as other browsers such as Chrome, Firefox and IE won't work with Apple's stream.
Apple TV owners will also be able to watch the iPhone launch event, if Apple does stream it. So in the unlikely event that you own an Apple TV and no other device, you will be able to see the event on the TV. You will of course require a good web connection. And remember that a 3G or 4G connection will likely end up costing you a lot, so it is best to be on Wi-Fi if you are streaming to an iPad or iPhone.
Either way, the iPhone 6 launch event will begin at 6pm UK time next Tuesday 9 September, so join us for live coverage and everything you need to know about the new products afterwards.
More about iPhone 6
Throughout the iPhone launch event we'll be constantly updating our UK release date, price and specs coverage of the iPhone 6, iPhone Air, Apple iWatch and iOS 8, so don't forget to hit refresh. Also see our comparison of the new iPhone 6 vs iPhone 5s.