Oct. 4 marks the heavily anticipated Let's Talk iPhone Apple keynote event.

Apple will hold the occasion at the Apple Town Hall located at its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters, beginning at 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. ET). The chosen venue is a far more personal setting than the unveiling that took place at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.

Vertex, the online broadcast network, will produce and stream live coverage of the keynote event starting at 12:30 p.m. with an opening segment that will examine the projected discussion points on products and features. This live stream can be accessed at www.watchvertex.com.

After the event, there will be a 30-minute conversation highlighting the best points from the event with comments and opinions from both the Vertex studio team and participating viewers, who can contribute in the watchvertex.com chatroom.

You also have the option to follow live blogging streams online via various popular technology blogs. IBTimes will feature its own live blogging on the site for the occasion. Some other sources named by Product Reviews are Engadget, ZDNet, T3, and Gizmodo.

Engadget has its live blog ready with a specific outline for various time zones including Hawaii, Pacific, Mountain, Central, Eastern, London, Paris, Moscow, and Tokyo.

Gizmodo's iPhone5 blog is also set up, though the site admits that this title may be incomplete since Apple could very well mention multiple products tomorrow and not just the iPhone.

Some sites may require continual refreshing to get the latest information feeds.

However, many of the blogs will use Demand Media live blogging which updates in real-time, reports Product Reviews.

Apple will not provide a live stream of the keynote occasion. Individuals will be able to download the official video from Apple's website after the Let's Talk iPhone event.

This particular occasion is especially momentous because it is the first keynote for new CEO Tim Cook. It is doubtful that Steve Jobs will attend. Although it is almost certain that he will still be a main focal point.

Discussion points for tomorrow could include iPhone5, iPhone4S, iPad3, iOS 5, and iCloud. But, when it comes to Apple, the possibilities are endless.

Make sure you have your popcorn ready and a reliable internet connection, of course.

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