UPDATE: The event has ended. Check out our rundown of everything Apple announced, browse our gallery of gorgeous iPhone 5 photos and then take a look at our big news page for full coverage of the event.
PREVIOUSLY: During Apple's big event in San Francisco, which kicks off September 12 at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT), we're expecting to see a new iPhone unveiled, as well as a bevy of other products (iPods? iPads?? iCars???).
So how can the overly enthusiastic fanboy follow the up-to-the-millisecond coverage of the big presentation? Beside constantly refreshing this website of course, here are the best ways to follow the coverage online.
For The Best Video...
These will be hard to come by, since Apple won't be posting a livestream of the event and is vigilant about taking down illegal USTREAM feeds from inside the event, though sneaky attendees have been known to get away with posting a secret live stream or two. (Check back for updates on that front.)
For the more patient, Apple will post the keynote on its website for your viewing pleasure after the event is over.
For The Best Pics...
Engadget, sister blog of the Huffington Post (both owned by Aol), has historically been quick to post high-res photos from inside Apple press events. Keep tabs on it to get a first look at the new gadgetry.
For The Best Liveblogging...
In addition to Engadget's live blog, you have the following:
- The Verge
- Ars Technica
- Bits Blog
Of course, you can also follow HuffPost Tech's coverage of the event right here or on Twitter (@HuffPost Tech). Before Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the stage, take a look at our roundup of everything we expect to see announced, as well as a few things we wish Apple would announce (but are pretty sure it won't).