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It’s finally here, folks. Apple is expected to announce the highly anticipated iPhone 12 at its October event. 

Viewers can tune into the event on Apple’s website at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m PT on Tuesday, Oct. 13. They can also stream it via Apple’s YouTube channel.

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Because production was slowed due to the pandemic, Apple didn’t release the new iPhone at its September event last month. But now, fans can probably expect:

The event invitation sent to journalists features the phrase “Hi, Speed,” which is likely a reference to the new phones’ 5G capabilities. 

In addition, Apple could be unveiling a new HomePod speaker and over-the-ear AirPods Studio headphones following the removal of third-party speakers and headphones from its online store.