Apple Store is down, you know what that means

Yay, new ways to spend your money! Image: apple By Stan Schroeder2020-09-15 11:27:16 UTC Apple Store is down ahead of Apple's event, meaning you'll soon have new ways to part with your hard-earned cash.  The event, titled 'Time Flies,' likely won't bring new iPhones, but we do expect to see two new variants of the Apple Watch, new iPads, new iOS and iPadOS, and perhaps a surprise or two.  We've also heard a great deal of chatter about Apple's long-awaited AirTags — little gadgets that can be attached to things to track their physical location — as well as Apple-branded, over-the-ear headphones.  Like most recent tech events, Apple's is a virtual event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It starts at 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Sept. 15, and you can follow it over at Apple's website or on YouTube (below). [embedded content] Of course, Mashable will be following live and bringing you relevant news and updates as the event unfolds.  Let's block ads! (Why?)

Apple Store is down, you know what that means
Yay, new ways to spend your money! Image: apple By Stan Schroeder2020-09-15 11:27:16 UTC Apple Store is down ahead of Apple's event, meaning you'll soon have new ways to part with your hard-earned cash.  The event, titled 'Time Flies,' likely won't bring new iPhones, but we do expect to see two new variants of the Apple Watch, new iPads, new iOS and iPadOS, and perhaps a surprise or two.  We've also heard a great deal of chatter about Apple's long-awaited AirTags — little gadgets that can be attached to things to track their physical location — as well as Apple-branded, over-the-ear headphones.  Like most recent tech events, Apple's is a virtual event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It starts at 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Sept. 15, and you can follow it over at Apple's website or on YouTube (below). [embedded content] Of course, Mashable will be following live and bringing you relevant news and updates as the event unfolds.  Let's block ads! (Why?)