Apple Events app for Apple TV updated ahead of Sept. 12 keynote

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Apple on Tuesday issued an update to its Apple Events tvOS app with assets teasing the upcoming Sept. 12 media event, at which the company is expected to unveil a trio of new iPhones, an LTE Apple Watch and next-generation Apple TV with 4K capabilities.

Apple Events version 2.20 slaps a fresh coat of paint on the streaming app, including a stylized Apple logo borrowed from email invitations sent out to press last week.

Set to take place at 10 a.m. Pacific in the new Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park, the Sept. 12 event is widely expected to bring news of Apple's next-generation iPhone lineup. The company is rumored to unveil a new flagship in the "iPhone 8," or "iPhone Edition," with full-face OLED display, facial recognition features, wireless charging and more. Revamped iterations of the iPhone 7 series are also presumed to launch.

In addition, rumors have pointed to an LTE-capable Apple Watch and fifth-generation Apple TV with support for 4K HDR content.

As usual, Apple will be hosting a livestream of the keynote through its website and the Apple Events app.

AppleInsider will be on the scene with live coverage of the event.

Apple launched its dedicated streaming app in early 2016 ahead of its "Let us loop you in" event, which saw the introduction of iPhone SE and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro.

The latest version of Apple Events is a free download from the tvOS App Store.


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