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It’s iPhone day!

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the little pocket computer that could, and accordingly, we expect Apple to introduce an all-new iPhone: the iPhone X. The keynote starts at 1 pm Eastern (10 am Pacific) and you can stream it here.

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Rumors of the iPhone X, and what it might look like are especially dependable this year, since iOS and HomePod software leaks contain many clues. You can expect a bezel-free display, no Home Button, facial recognition, and other goodies. On top of that, people expect Apple to announce an update to the iPhone 7 as well as a new Apple Watch with cellular capabilities.

But obviously, we won’t know what the iPhone X is or what else Apple has up its sleeve this September until Tim Cook and friends announce the new products on stage. It’s a special event, too, since this will be the first event held at Apple’s new Steve Jobs Theater and will amount to the first ultra public look at the company’s soon-to-open spaceship-like headquarters, Apple Park.

We’ll be blogging the whole thing! Follow along as we provide instant updates and first impressions of Apple’s latest lineup of iPhones.