Whine all you want, Apple always did it better — Android vs iPhone

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the original iPhone, and reports by far have suggested that Cupertino tech giant will be launching three new iPhones this time around.

The event is expected to begin at 10AM California time which in Indian Standard time is 10.30PM.

The new top-of-the-line iPhone is expected to include features like an upgraded screen that goes to the edge of the phone, 3D facial recognition instead of a fingerprint sensor, and inductive (wireless) charging.

If you can't watch it in any of those forms, you can follow our live coverage, or follow us on Twitter, where we'll post live updates.

Rumours that a new Apple Watch may also be unveiled at the event with LTE connectivity, the rollout of macOS High Sierra and a 4K-capable Apple TV are expected to grace the stage.

What will the iPhone 8 look like? Also, it is the company's first time to roll out three handsets at the same event. In other words, the display would cover nearly the entire facade of the phone.

As for photo capability, the future iPhone is expected to have dual rear cameras, similar to the iPhone 7 Plus's, but with new filming options.

The wait is finally coming to an end. Along with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the iPhone X will lock arms with Samsung's best-selling Galaxy Note 8, LG's video-focused V30 and Google's upcoming Pixel 2 for smartphone supremacy.

Assuming you have what's required, you can watch the keynote live here.

The launch will take place at Apple's new Steve Jobs Theatre in the 'Spaceship', or, Apple Park campus. Additionally, it could also be introduced with a new version of the TvOS.

Apple's reveal of its new products and iOS is Tuesday morning. The website, which has since removed these references, also mentioned the Apple Watch Series 3, and Apple TV (2017). That's 2:30AM ACST in Adelaide and Darwin, 1AM AWST in Perth, by the way, for everyone else. We can also see upgrades to AirPods, iPad, etc.

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