On Wednesday, Apple is set to announce three new iPhones and possibly much more at its fall press event, starting at 1 p.m. Eastern Time (10 a.m. Pacific).
If you want to be the first in the know regarding all new Apple tech, there are a multitude of ways to watch this year, including Twitter.
To watch the anticipated press event via Twitter, people should tap or click the heart (like) button for this tweet (also embedded below).
Apple will then send out updates on the 12th, including instructions on how to watch.
Another easy way for most people to watch will be via Apple's event page.
A video stream should appear shortly before the event starts, though the company's preferred streaming technology means only certain browsers are guaranteed to work. This includes Safari on macOS 10.12 or iOS 10 or later, and on Windows 10 PCs, Microsoft Edge.
The highlight of the event should be the "iPhone XS," a follow-up to last year's 5.8-inch OLED iPhone X with a faster "A12" processor and various other internal upgrades. It may have a new gold color option, and a 6.5-inch version that could be called the "XS Plus" or "XS Max."
Also anticipated is a 6.1-inch, LCD-based "iPhone Xc," a cheaper alternative that should nevertheless share features like an edge-to-edge display and Face ID.