Today's the day.

We hope you have your fanboy hat on, because at 1 p.m. ET today Apple will be holding a special event to presumably launch the iPhone 6 and a new wearable product (at least that's what we hear). In a rare turn, Apple is actually letting people outside of the Cupertino compound tune into the event via a live stream here (in classic Apple form, the stream only works in Safari).

But not only that—our News Editor, Jason Duaine Hahn is on the scene and will be tweeting updates as the action happens. So keep it locked right here, and do your freaking out accordingly.

the Apple store is in hiatus mode... something tells me you'll be happy you didn't buy that iPhone 5S just now. pic.twitter.com/L6rD8XVHin

— Jason Duaine Hahn (@jasonduaine) September 9, 2014

registration line for today's Apple event. there are journalists interviewing journalists. pic.twitter.com/epVhSt0HUh

— Jason Duaine Hahn (@jasonduaine) September 9, 2014

the building set up for today's event. looks like an Apple store without windows. or a killing house? :/ pic.twitter.com/DVdLip83Zt

— Jason Duaine Hahn (@jasonduaine) September 9, 2014

Talked to a Harvard professor here that Apple invited because he specializes in health... feeling confident we're going to see an iWatch.

— Jason Duaine Hahn (@jasonduaine) September 9, 2014

There's a small protest outside the Apple event criticizing worker wages.

— Jason Duaine Hahn (@jasonduaine) September 9, 2014

Fun fact: this is where Steve Jobs debuted the original Macintosh. pic.twitter.com/TEBbbz8l1Y

— Jason Duaine Hahn (@jasonduaine) September 9, 2014

We're inside. pic.twitter.com/ERuJfbcqUL

— Jason Duaine Hahn (@jasonduaine) September 9, 2014

View from inside the Flint Center for Apple's event. https://t.co/WgufcFVBU2

— Jason Duaine Hahn (@jasonduaine) September 9, 2014

so many people taking selfies here it's crazy.

— Jason Duaine Hahn (@jasonduaine) September 9, 2014

It's starting: Apple opens with artsy video in usual Apple fashion.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

"See things differently... in a bigger and better way," the video says. #apple

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the stage. "It's great to be back in the Flint Center." pic.twitter.com/F4coifxKVy

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

"On this stage 30 years ago, Steve introduced the Macintosh to the world." - Tim Cook

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

"iPhone is the most loved smartphone is the world" -Tim Cook

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

"Today we are launching the biggest advancement in the history of iPhone"

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

New iPhones! They have rounded edges and smaller bezels. Called the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Apple CEO of Senior VP of Marketing Phil Schiller takes the stage.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Retina is now Retina HD in these new iPhones.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

New horizontal home screen view thanks to larger screens pic.twitter.com/MfPHfsRHQS

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

New iPhones: iPhone 6 is 4.7 inches and 6 Plus is 5.5 inches pic.twitter.com/1KJ0neGCQr

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Screen comparison pic.twitter.com/zfbGpiMB3D

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

iPhone 6 comes with new A8 chip that's 50 times faster than A7 chip in iPhone 5S.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Gameplay footage on the iPhone 6. -@jasonduaine pic.twitter.com/W6mgJkZ75C

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Battery life is improved greatly in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. -@jasonduaine pic.twitter.com/RCMbgsgMMY

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

iPhone 6s have a barometer, will be used in health apps.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

LTE is 150 Mbps on the new iPhones.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Specs on the camera for the iPhone 6s pic.twitter.com/zRpFtNZXwW

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Can focus twice as fast.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Photo example taken with new iPhones. pic.twitter.com/iQ4fVJY4Js

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

iPhone 6's has digital image stabilization to keep your images sharp. iPhone 6 Plus has lens that moves inside the device for better pics.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

iPhones can shoot 1080p video at 60 frames per second. Can shoot video at 120 or 240 fps for slow motion.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

iPhone lens can autofocus during video, so if something moves closer into frame, the camera will adjust.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

FaceTime camera now has "burst mode" feature, so you can take a bunch of selfies in seconds. Greaat. -@jasonduaine

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Reminder: iOS 8 lets you send audio messages via iMessage.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Phil: "These are the best iPhones ever made."

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

iPhone 6 will cost $199 on a two year contract for 16GB, $299 for 64GB, and $399 for 128GB -@jasonduaine

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

iPhone 6 Plus will cost $299 on a two year contract for 16GB, $399 for 64GB, and $499 for 128GB -@jasonduaine

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

iPhone 6 will cost $199 on a two year contract for 16GB, $299 for 64GB, and $399 for 128GB -@jasonduaine pic.twitter.com/QsAE25j8Z6

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

New iPhones will be available on September 19

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

iOS 8 will be available for download on September 17 -@jasonduaine

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

They're showing new ads voiced by Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake! Hilarious

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Cook is back on stage, says Apple wants to replace the wallet.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

.@jennydeluxe gets a shoutout during the presentation!

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Apple Pay: "an entirely new payment process." pic.twitter.com/QG2U70IBKn

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Cook just showed a video of someone paying for something using their iPhone and holding their finger on the TouchID sensor. Awesome.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

iPhone 6's come with NFC sensor and chip called "Secure Element" to keep your info secure, if you want to pay for things with your phone.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

You can suspend all payments from your phone by using "Find My iPhone" if you lose your device. Don't have to cancel credit cards.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Good thing about new pay system: the cashier doesn't see your name or credit card numbers. -@jasonduaine pic.twitter.com/fhVXge4Qtq

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Walgreens, Staples, Subway, McDonald's, Whole Foods, Disney, and Apple Stores all adding Apple Pay.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

LOL. Eddie just dropped a Beats plug. pic.twitter.com/fio8NmqFTB

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

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— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

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— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

It's official: We have an iWatch, and it looks great. pic.twitter.com/d6W3stWWDx

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

First footage of the iWatch. pic.twitter.com/NM7pVHMt6H

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Silver. Gold. Different watch straps. pic.twitter.com/ZICJ7PuKVL

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Standing ovation here for Tim Cook, new device is called the Apple Watch. pic.twitter.com/3HOuMqVcuy

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Clean, different straps separate it from the look of other smartwatches. pic.twitter.com/GkMVArVWwS

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Apple placed a dial on the watch, called the "digital crown." pic.twitter.com/Gcys585YRc

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Tim Cook: "It's as much about technology as it is about style and taste." pic.twitter.com/ejGHPH2qFm

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Jony Ive on Apple Watch: "You can't determine a boundary between the physical object and the software."

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Apple Watch lets you get friends attention by simply pressing the screen,send drawings or let them your heartbeat. pic.twitter.com/MPpEHvuO9p

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Apple Watch includes multiple watch faces to personalize appearance and capability, there are six different straps. pic.twitter.com/1qDuop0EZR

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

The Apple Watch straps are fastened using magnets. pic.twitter.com/sWM2JWv0DF

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Two sizes. Multiple options for the casing. Even more options for straps. pic.twitter.com/IP1VTLkP1P

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

VP Kevin Lynch is wearing the Apple Watch for its first demo. pic.twitter.com/cDEhlrupuW

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Apple Watch has a cool feature called Astronomy that lets you see the positions of the planets. @neiltyson will love this. -@jasonduaine

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

They demoed music on the Apple Watch using Coldplay. Typical.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Emoji on the Apple Watch are animated. You can change the expression by moving around the emoji face. pic.twitter.com/5wDt6zbEpT

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Here’s a sushi. #AppleEvent #AppleLive pic.twitter.com/gdtQ6jZ5pJ

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Twitter on the Apple Watch. pic.twitter.com/bR6KbLmwgU

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Tim Cook is speaking on health and fitness, probably the biggest appeal of a smart watch. -@jasonduaine pic.twitter.com/2ebfeJgv2u

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

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— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Apple is making working out seem fun.

— Jason Duaine Hahn (@jasonduaine) September 9, 2014

"It's a comprehensive health and fitness device." -Tim Cook on AppleWatch #AppleLive pic.twitter.com/oVNoKL5V3p

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

3 versions of the device: AppleWatch, AppleWatch Sport, AppleWatch Edition. The AppleWatch version requires iPhone. pic.twitter.com/be8OhiKQDO

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

AppleWatch will run $349, available early next year.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

AppleWatch will run $349, available early next year. pic.twitter.com/8kj7kRTiSB

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

ApplePay works with AppleWatch. pic.twitter.com/7KYTThXfQa

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

Um, U2 is here?! #AppleLive

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) September 9, 2014

And that's how the two-hour marathon event ended—with U2. One more thing before you go: APPLE OWNS YOU.