Taking place at the company’s Cupertino headquarters, the event’s due to begin at 10am PDT (1pm EDT/6pm UK). You’ll be able to watch it live via the YouTube stream embedded at the top of this page.
Update: Game subscription service Apple Arcade will launch on September 19 priced at $4.99/£4.99 per month, with a one-month fee trial available.
Skip to the three-minute mark in the video above to watch the Apple Arcade section of Tuesday’s event.
Original story continues: According to 9to5Mac, Apple’s expected to announce three new iPhone models: iPhone 11, iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max.
They’ll reportedly all feature Apple’s new A13 chip, a dual camera system, extra water resistance and potentially improved battery life. The Pro models are also said to include a third lens delivering various camera features including the ability to take ultra-wide shots.
Apple Watch updates are expected to be on the cards, including new case options and potentially sleep-tracking features, while a new 10.2-inch iPad and a Mac Pro release date could be announced.
Launch details for Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade are expected to be confirmed at Tuesday’s event.
Announced in March and scheduled to launch this autumn, Apple Arcade will initially house over 100 “new and exclusive games” for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV, with more titles set to be added regularly.
Apple has reportedly committed to spending some $500 million on the first wave of Apple Arcade games.
Confirmed Apple Arcade titles include The Chinese Room’s Little Orpheus, Mistwalker’s Fantasian, Revolution Software’s Beyond a Steel Sky, Klei Entertainment’s Hot Lava, Lego Brawls, Sonic Racing, Frogger in Toy Town, and Giant Squid’s The Pathless.
Apple Arcade will reportedly cost $4.99 per month following a one-month free trial period.
Revolution Software’s Charles Cecil recently told VGC he hopes that Apple Arcade will significantly increase the audience for premium games on mobile.