Apple's big iPhone event is happening on Tuesday, September 10th, and we'd love for you to join us as we bring you live coverage, including minute-by-minute updates from the company's Cupertino campus.
Follow along: our liveblog of Apple's iPhone event
What to expect: all the news and rumors
After the event: Join us for The Verge Live
Live coverage times across the world:
10:00AM — Pacific
11:00AM — Mountain
12:00PM — Central
01:00PM — Eastern
06:00PM — London
07:00PM — Paris
09:00PM — Moscow
01:00AM (September 11th) — Hong Kong
02:00AM (September 11th) — Tokyo
03:00AM (September 11th) — Sydney
After months of rumors, it's a safe bet that Apple is set to unveil two new iPhones this year: an iPhone 5S, which extends the company's flagship line, and an entirely new iPhone 5C, rumored as a low-cost plastic option. If the leaks and rumors come to fruition, we may see an iPhone 5S with a fingerprint sensor on the home button, a 12- or 13-megapixel camera with a dual-LED flash, and a gold-colored model. But the biggest surprise would be the rumored iPhone 5C, which is said to be a cheaper iPhone available in multiple colors — a device that could gain traction in China, where Apple has pledged its focus. We're also expecting some news about iOS 7: Apple's huge overhaul to its mobile UI. The operating system has been in beta for months now, but we could see some surprise announcements that utilize new iPhone hardware features.
No matter what happens, we'll be there to bring you the latest. See you on Tuesday!