A new Apple event is approaching in which the clients of the brand will be able to take a look at the next generation of iPhones.

The event, the second big one of the year, will be this September 7, and the invitation that was sent a few days ago presents the night sky in the shape of the Apple logo and the slogan: “Far out”.

What to see at the Apple event?

Apple is likely to unveil a new iPhone lineup at this event: its version 14, which will be larger than the iPhone 13, removes the notch around the front-facing camera, and may update the phone’s cameras.

Apple is also likely to announce a release date for its latest mobile operating system, iOS 16. At its annual developer conference in June, Apple unveiled a number of changes in iOS 16, including a revamped lock screen and the ability to edit or cancel sending messages.

How to see the event?

The event will be streamed on Apple’s website from Apple Park, the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California. In recent years, Apple has held most of its events virtually due to the pandemic.

You can watch the Apple event on September 7 at 12 pm ET, via apple.comin the Apple TV app, and on Apple’s YouTube channel.