If you are staying up late to check out Apple’s next iPhone launch, you might be glad to know that Apple will be live streaming its event on its official Twitter handler, which means you can finally use any web browser of your choice to watch the live stream.

Previously, Apple’s Keynote can only be watched live using Safari on Mac, Microsoft Edge, Apple TV and iOS devices. As tonight’s keynote is probably the biggest iPhone launch to date, where the company will be unveiling three iPhones and Apple Watch Series 4, it does make sense on why the company would want to reach out to even wider audiences by streaming its Keynote on Twitter, though we also wondered why Facebook was never the choice.

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The iPhone Xs Keynote will be happening at 1AM Malaysian Time later, so if you are thinking to stay up late night with us, here’s the link to watch it at Apple’s official page, and follow Apple’s Twitter account if you haven’t done so.