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What you should expect at Apple’s Sept. 9 event

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On Thursday Apple invited members of the media to attend a special event on September 9 in San Francisco. The tagline for the invite was “Hey Siri, give us a hint.”

I asked Siri for a hint, and she scolded me. Fine, whatever.

All hope is not lost, however, as we have a fairly good idea of what to expect.

iOS 9

Apple (AAPL) is expected to announce a release date for its latest mobile operating system at the annual event. Rumors suggest iOS 9 will include a slew of new multi-tasking features for the iPad, such as split-screen apps and a new keyboard.

iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus

We can also expect the company to unveil its latest smartphones, which will likely be called iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. The phones will be identical in appearance to last year’s models, but feature a faster processor, modest camera upgrade, and new touch-sensitive technology called Force Touch.

Force Touch is currently found in Apple Watches and new MacBooks. The technology allows users to interact with a device by applying varying degrees of pressure to the display (in the case of the Apple Watch) or trackpad (for laptops). On the Apple Watch, a Force Touch interaction typically brings up a list of actions, such as marking an email as read or changing watchfaces. On the iPhone, possibilities range from launching an app to opening a specific webpage and even previewing a link sent using its Message app.

Meanwhile, a recent report suggests Apple has increased the iPhone 6S’s durability, which will allow it to bend and finally put its so-called bendgate controversy behind them.

If Apple holds true to history, the new iPhone lineup should launch on September 18.

Apple TV

Most tech enthusiasts assume a new version of the company’s set top-box and streaming box service known as Apple TV will also be revealed. The box was last updated with a minor hardware change in 2013.

Reports from Buzzfeed and 9to5Mac claim that the new Apple TV will feature Siri integration, an iOS-like interface, and a new platform that would bring third-party applications to your TV. Additionally, a new remote with a touch-pad is also expected.

What won’t make its debut alongside new Apple TV hardware is the company’s streaming TV service. According to one report, Apple is having trouble obtaining content deals with TV networks.

Apple will livestream its iPhone event on September 9 starting at 10 a.m. PT.

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