Apple iPhone 11 Reveal: How to Watch and Live Stream Event to Find out Price, Release Date, All New Features

Apple will announce a new range of iPhones today during a special event at its California headquarters—and you will be able to tune in from anywhere in the world.

The hotly-anticipated press conference, which is likely to take social media by storm during its roughly two-hour duration, will begin at 10 a.m. Pacific Time.

CEO Tim Cook will take the stage to showcase new updates to both hardware and software, but it's always the collection of flagship phones that dominates conversation—with significant changes expected this year in terms of camera set-ups and battery performance.

Here's how you can stay up-to-date with every announcement:

Apple's website: Fans can watch along with the announcements in real-time using Apple's own website, which will be streaming the press conference as soon as it starts today. The company says the stream is best experienced on an Apple device but it is also accessible to Windows users. It can be streaming to an Apple TV (with the latest software) via AirPlay.

YouTube: For the first time, Apple will mirror the stream to Google's video platform. Viewers can set a reminder on the website to be sent an update just before the show begins.

Social Media: Apple rarely tweets but today it published a link to the conference page, writing: "Cupertino calling." Twitter itself mirrors the stream using the hashtag #AppleEvent.

In the real world: The tech giant will also be streaming the special event at select Apple Store retail outlets. "Come and join us at the Apple Store for a livestream of the Apple Special Event from the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino," it says in a brief description online. "We're excited to watch some of the latest news from Apple with you." Find your closest store online.

In recent weeks, speculation has been rife about the new iPhone range and mock-ups of the devices have already been circulating online showing off a new triple-camera design.

While the naming structure was unknown before the actual reveal—likely variations of iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro—it was rumored that the line-up could potentially include wireless charging. Bloomberg reported users should expect incremental updates to Apple Watch.

MacRumors reported yesterday on a note sent out to investors by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that contradicted claims about wireless charging, instead predicting that the phones may not have the feature because the efficiency levels still "may not meet Apple's requirements." It is expected the iPhone design will remain largely similar, instead offering new colors.

Thomas Husson, principal analyst at market research company Forrester, said via email that Apple has been forced to up its game to due to the rising capabilities of its close competitors.

He said: "Apple's keynotes generate irrational expectations for innovative products, but I think it is more realistic to expect incremental innovation. I really don't think Apple will offer a new design, a pocket-sized form factor or a 5G phone. Instead, the focus will be on a differentiated photo and video experiences and more powerful smartphones."