Apple is holding its annual iPhone event today, where it will announce multiple products including three new iPhones and the Apple Watch Series 4. If you’re thinking of watching the event, there are a few things you’ll need to know.

The keynote will begin promptly at 10 a.m. PT, and you’ll be able to stream the keynote from just about any device through Apple’s site. Continuing the practice Apple first introduced at WWDC, the livestream will be available on the four major browsers: Chrome, Edge, Firefox and Safari, covering iOS, Mac, Windows PC, Chromebook and Android users.

It can also be streamed through the Apple TV by downloading the Apple Events app.

For the first time ever, Apple is live streaming the event through its Twitter account just in case you want an extra option to watch the keynote

TechnoBuffalo will be at the event and will bring you up to the minute coverage of everything Apple announces.