Apple's iPhone SE announcement: what to expect from Monday’s event
Apple's biggest products, just smaller
The announcements are shaping up to be a sequel to those made at Apple's last event, held six months ago. There, Apple announced the iPhone 6S, iPad Pro, an expansion of Apple Watch designs, and updates to iOS. This month, picture all of that repeated, but smaller. The current speculation is that Apple is about to unveil a new 4-inch iPhone, a smaller iPad Pro, and additional Watch bands. It might even use this as a chance to launch an update to iOS 9.
How to watch Apple's iPhone SE spring event
All of the updates are set to kick off at 10 a.m. PT when CEO Tim Cook will take the stage. For those not able to follow along live from Cupertino, Apple will be live streaming the event on its website so you don't have to miss a second.
As usual, Apple limits its live video feed to those running Safari on an iOS device (iOS 7 and later), Mac OS X (10.8.5 with Safari 6.0.5 or newer) or those with a second or third generation Apple TV with 6.2 or later. Windows 10 users can also watch on Microsoft's Edge browser.