Folks, it’s finally happening. 

The Apple Store is down ahead of Apple’s “Hi, Speed” event, which kicks off at 10 a.m. PT Tuesday. And that (very probably) means we’re finally getting new iPhone flagships. 

It’s been a longer wait than usual, with Apple postponing the event into October due to the Covid-19 pandemic (the company typically launches new iPhone flagships in September). It should be worth it, though, as Apple is rumored to be launching four new iPhones, the most the company has ever launched at one event. 

Apple Store is down, and that means new iPhones are coming

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For a detailed overview of what we expect to see later today, see here. Here’s a list of new things we want to see the most, too, and you can also find some last-minute rumors here

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Like most major tech events this year, the iPhone 12 launch will be fully virtual. You can follow the event’s live stream on Apple’s website or on YouTube (above). Mashable will be following the event live and writing up the news as it happens, so stay tuned for updates.