Apple's Let's Talk iPhone event on Tuesday is hours away, waiting to kick off at 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EDT) at the Apple Town Hall in its Cupertino, Calif., Headquarter, a far more personal setting than its annual WWDC held in San Francisco.

The media frenzy around the event indicates how much the world is eagerly awaiting for the new iPhone to come alive. All the rumors center around the growing speculation regarding whether Apple will release a next-generation iPhone 5 or a modified version of its current iPhone 4. 

The event will mark the first time for Apple's new CEO Tim Cook to take center stage and for Steve Jobs to miss an iPhone event.


This invite-only event that draws attention of the entire world will be available on Youtube video by Apple once it ends.

For those who desperately want to be on the same page as the attendees, some of them will be blogging the event in live.

Vertex, the online broadcast network, will produce and stream live coverage of the keynote event starting at 9:30 a.m. (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

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.

Macworld will be live blogging from the Town Hall theater on the Apple campus in Cupertino, to cover Apple's Let's Talk iPhone event.

TUAW, the Unofficial Apple Blog will be covering the Apple major event starting from 1 p.m.

Slashgear Livecast will start at1 p.m. ET on Let's Talk iPhone Event.

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.

Electronista will provide live blogging at provide live coverage page for real-time updates starting from 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PDT).

CNET is also bringing the news live, coupled with commentary from the Buzz Out Loud crew.

ZDNet bloggers providing commentary and analysis of Apple's Let's talk iPhone event as it happens.