Two months on from the new iPhone launch and it's time for another Apple event at a time that makes Australians cry! But hey, we know some of you hardcore fans are willing to sacrifice sleep to watch the new announcements drop in real time - and this is how you can do it.
The event will kick off on Wednesday 31 October at 01:00 AEDT (00:30 ACDT, 00:00 AEST, 23:30 October 30 ACST, 22:00 October 30 AWST). Like with the September event, watching along isn't as simple as embedding a link below.
You'll be able to watch the live stream from the event page over on Apple's website - just like last time.
You can also follow the updates via this tweet:
— Apple (@Apple) October 25, 2018
When you hit 'like' you will get updates from Apple's Twitter account about the event, like so:
— Apple (@Apple) October 29, 2018
While we don't know exactly what's going to be announced, plenty of rumours have been flying around - including the removal of the home button and headphone jack from the new iPad Pro (and perhaps even the inclusion of USB-C, but I'll believe it when I see it), a new iPad Mini, Updated AirPods, updated iMacs and MacBook airs and perhaps even a revival of the iMac Mini.
All will be revealed soon and we'll be here to deliver all the news to your eye holes.
A month after Apple revealed a new smartwatch and a new iPhone lineup that finally does away with the home button once and for all, the company will hold a follow-up event next week that’s tag-lined, “There’s more in the making.” A new, home button-less iPad Pro seems likely, but what else does Apple have planned to round out 2018?