Apple has an announcement at 3am September 13, and if it isn't about the next iPhone (which may well not be called the iPhone 5), huge swathes of media will be disappointed. If you want the news as it happens, Luke at Gizmodo will be live-blogging the event. If you're sleeping in, we'll have all the key facts on Australian availability here on Lifehacker once they emerge. [Gizmodo]
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