Apple's iPhone keynote event will start at 10a.m. (PST) today at its campus in Cupertino, California on Sept.10. Apple's CEO Tim Cook is expected to unveil the detail of the new iPhones- the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, as well as the release date of iOS7, the new version of the iPhone and iPad software.
The invite graphics shows colorful circles behind the Apple logo, set against the all-white flattened background and adorned with the tagline which simply reads, "This should brighten everyone's day".
For computer users, you can watch the event on the Safari Web browser, which requires a Mac running OS X 10.6 or later. For mobile users, Apple will also live stream the iPhone event via Safari on iOS devices, including iPhone, iPad, iPad mini and iPod Touch, on any device running iOS 4.2 or later.
The company will also post the keynote event in full on their website later in the day.
According to leaked images and rumors, the iPhone 5S is going to be similar to the iPhone 5, and the biggest new feature may be a fingerprint sensor built into the home button, which allows users to sign in to the phone wtihout putting in a password. In addition to this, A faster processor and improved camera flash are said to also be added to the 5S.
iPhone 5C is rumored to be a "cheaper" version of iPhone, with the same screen size as the iPhone 5, but wtih a plastic back in multiple colors, including blue, red, green, yellow and white.
It is believed that the new iPhones will be released 10 days after today's keynote event on September 20, 2013. The iOS 7 software will likely be released around the same time and will be available for the iPhone 4, 4S and 5 via a download.