Apple has invited up to 7,000 people to the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco Wednesday for what’s expected to be the unveil of its latest iPhone 6. Apple TV is also expected to get a relaunch. But what else?
Here’s what we know about what’s coming. You can follow a live blog, stories and tweets from USA TODAY reporters covering the 10 a.m. Pacific time event Wednesday at usatoday.com/tech, and follow the livestream at Apple’s site.
The next iPhone is expected to have Force Touch, or pressure-sensitive technology that’s already on the Apple Watch. Also: a greatly improved camera, with a 12 megapixel image sensor, the ability to shoot higher-resolution 4K video, and an improved processor.
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SOURCE: USA Today, Laura Mandaro