It’s coming.

We’re just hours away from the biggest launch event of 2014 – the Apple Special Event – where the Cupertino tech giant is expected to unveil its latest iPhone 6 and possibly its much-anticipated wearable – the iWatch.

Apple is making available a live stream at its website, but requires a Mac running Safari or an Apple TV.

For those of us who do not own a Mac, you can follow the big announcement via liveblogs below:

Get your popcorn and cup of coffee ready!

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