It's a phone, Jim, but slightly slimmer than we previously knew it

Apple is widely expected to launch (possibly two) iPhone 6 devices and an iWatch today at an event at the Flint Centre for the Performing Arts, but for those not in Cupertino, California, where can it be watched online?

Smaller Apple launches will leave you scrabbling for links and dodgy video live blogs, but fortunately for an event this size catching it live is relatively easy.

LIVE: Apple iPhone 6 event

You can watch the speech:

- By streaming it on (though you may need to be using Apple's Safari browser)

- Through the iTunes app on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

- Through an event app icon on the home screen of Apple TVs

The event starts at 10am California time (6pm in the UK) and we'll be providing specs, pics and analysis with an all-day live blog.

Queues for the iPhone 6 began almost a week before the launch in New York – at the front of it is a man named Moon Ray, who is "basically just going to be here soaking up as much press as we can and getting as much air time while having the adventure of a lifetime."

Let's iPhone! Again!