It's time to dust off Apple's Safari browser again: If you want to watch the company's Sept. 9 event online here you'll need to do so via an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac with Apple's browser -- or surprise, via a Windows 10 PC using Microsoft's new Edge browser.
You can also stream the event, which starts at 10am Pacific Time/1PM Eastern Time, via Apple TV. Apple's events of late have been pushing 2 hours in length.
Or, if you'd rather have a journalist give you live play-by-play of the event, many publications are running liveblogs on Wednesday. Among them, our sister site Computerworld (via blogger Jonny Evans), plus around the Web: Wired, Yahoo Tech (David Pogue/Allysa Bereznak) and Six Colors. Some publications will have reporters on the scene in San Francisco, while others will share their analysis from remote sites.
Apple is expected to announced the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, new smartphones with faster processors, better cameras and improved touch sensitivity. New Apple TV and iOS software are expected, and there's an outside chance of iPad news.
Don't look for a repeat of last year's U2 debacle, when Apple dumped the Irish band's latest album onto devices of unsuspecting iTunes users. A corny joke about it? That's a possibility...