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You can watch it all live when Apple takes the stage at the Steve Jobs Theater at 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET. This will be the first official Apple event to be held at the Steve Jobs theater, a location that overlooks the other facilities in the sprawling new Apple Park in Cupertino. This year's announcement happens later on Tuesday, at the Apple event in San Francisco.

A leak of the iOS 11 gold master has crept online, and analysis of the code seems to confirm that Apple is planning to launch an iPhone 8, an iPhone 8 Plus and an iPhone X on September 12.

Apple will unveil its new products tonight, including a trio of iPhones, an Apple Watch, new AirPods and a 4K HDR Apple TV.

To celebrate the event, the company will launch the iPhone 8 - but it comes with a hefty price tag.

The next iPhone is expected to be announced later on Tuesday amid a frenzy of interest after details were allegedly leaked ahead of the event.

The top of the screen will feature a cut-out for a front-facing speaker and camera that is expected to feature advanced 3D facial recognition in place of the current fingerprint scanner. There won't be one iPhone, not two but three. Besides this, it is expected to come with face-scanning technology and vertical dual-cameras on the rear. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be quite similar to last year's models, however, they will get a newer and faster processor and will run iOS 11 out of the box. This is believed to occupy the bottom of the smartphone's display. The event is being streamed at the Apple website under Apple-events/September-2017. However the company is launching iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, there is a special 10th edition from the company which is iPhone X and it is grabbing the public attention. Interestingly new features like Face ID, Animojis etc have also been leaked for the upcoming iPhone. You can also use an Apple TV, which makes flawless sense, right? The newly anticipated Apple TV is being touted to come with all new internals to power 4K video playback. There are about five products which Apple is expected to release today.

TechCrunch thinks Apple is ready to release an LTE model for the Apple Watch.