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It's that time of the year again. Apple has a new set of iPhones to show off and, if the rumors are correct, a large "iPad Pro" and Apple TV too. If you're interested in streaming the keynote, you've got a few options to consider. From an iOS device, you can watch the reveals live by pointing Safari to apple.com/live. The same holds true if you're on a Mac, and this time around Windows users can keep up using Microsoft's new Edge browser on Windows 10. Finally, if you have a second or third-generation Apple TV nestled in your media cabinet, you'll be able to access the livestream through the "Apple Events" channel. All of the action is due to kick off at 10am PT/1pm ET/6pm BST -- Engadget will be there in force, so keep one tab here for our liveblog and rolling coverage throughout the day.

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