Apple's iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus to be unveiled today

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Everything to expect from Apple's live event on Tuesday.

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Apple will unveil three new iPhones later today: The iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

The company's "Special Event" will stream live at beginning at 1 p.m. EST. Come back to for updates on the announcement throughout the afternoon.

Here's everything we expect from one of the biggest days in Apple history:

  • Not surprisingly, the iPhone X will be Apple's most impressive phone yet with a 5.8-inch glass screen over the entire front of the phone. The phone (probably) won't have a home button, but will feature a facial recognition camera.
  • Speaking of the camera. The iPhone X is expected to have a back and front cameras.
  • Other rumored features on the iPhone X include a Touch Bar a la the new MacBook, wireless charging and 3D tracking (which will drive the facial recognition technology).
  • The iPhones could come in a new color (likely some shade of gold). Each will have an OLED display similar to what we've seen on the Samsung Galaxy phones.
  • Most of the focus has been on the iPhone X. But the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus will be upgraded versions of the iPhone 7, and serve as the lower cost alternatives to the iPhone X.
  • That's because the iPhone X is expected to cost around $1,000 or more (Yes, you read that right).
  • The Apple Event is also expected to include the unveiling of a new Apple Watch and upgraded wireless AirPods.
  • Lastly, expect some announcement about iOS 11, such as its release date, as well as some upgrades to Apple TV.
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