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How to watch Apple's 'Hello Again' event

We're expecting a new MacBook Pro and plenty more.
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Roughly an hour from now, Tim Cook and pals will take to the stage at Apple's "Hello Again" event. The redesigned MacBook Pro complete with OLED touch strip and fingerprint reader is already out of the bag, and we expect there could be more updates across the MacBook range. Other than a shoutout to the next iteration of macOS, though, who knows? New iPads maybe, or iMac refreshes? Perhaps even a surprise or two.

We'll be on the ground liveblogging our hearts out, of course, but you too can follow along with the event livestream if you wish. All you need to do is point the Safari browser on your Mac or iOS device at this link, and you'll be good to go. Macs running OS X 10.8.5 Mountain Lion or later and iThings running iOS 7 and up, that is. Anyone with a Windows 10 machine can also access the feed through Microsoft's Edge browser, and Apple TV owners with at least a second-gen device will be able to find the livestream easily too. And, of course, we'll be covering everything right here at engadgetdotcom.

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