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Apple is finally ready to unveil its new iPhones.
If you weren’t invited to the Sept. 12 event, don’t worry. As always, Apple will livestream the event.
Apple is expected to introduce three new iPhones, and possibly new Apple Watches and iPads. The fun kicks off at 10 a.m. PT at Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California.
How to watch
On mobile, desktop, and laptop
Apple says its livestream is best experienced using Safari on iOS 10 or macOS Sierra 10.12 or later. You can head to Apple.com, where you’ll see a landing page with live video, or head directly to the September 2018 landing page.
For Windows users, Apple says you should watch the livestream using Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. You can also watch on the latest versions of Chrome and Firefox.
If you miss all of the action, you can watch an on-demand version of the event shortly after it ends on Apple.com.
On your TV
If you want to tune in on the big screen, you will need at least a second-generation Apple TV with the Apple Events app. Open the app and navigate to the September 2018 event.
It looks like Apple is trying something new this year. In a promoted tweet, the company said you can watch the event live on Twitter. Just “Like” the tweet below to receive updates on Wednesday.
Of course, the event will be covered on Mashable.com, as well as Mashable’s FutureShift Twitter account and its Snapchat Discover channel.