Apple and Microsoft are set to announce new iPhones and iPads in a ceremony Thursday.
The companies have long been rumored to be working on a new version of the iPhone, with Apple reportedly working on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and a potential sixth iPhone.
That’s now been confirmed, with the news being shared by TechCrunch.
The announcement will come at 10:15 a.m.
PT, with an 8:15 p.m., Eastern time (2:15 pm ET), local time.
The unveiling will be livestreamed on Apple’s YouTube channel.
The video is expected to include a keynote address by Apple’s new chief product officer, Sheryl Sandberg, as well as a preview of the next-generation iPad, which will be unveiled next month.
Apple and Microsoft have both been working on new iPhones for years, but this is the first time they’ve been officially announced.
It’s expected that Microsoft will unveil its next-gen Xbox, which is due out in the spring.
Apple will likely unveil two new iPhones, one the larger iPhone 6 Plus, and the other a smaller, iPhone 5S model.
Microsoft has been rumored for months to unveil its new Surface, a new desktop computer.
Microsoft recently said it would reveal a new iPad at its WWDC keynote in June, but that hasn’t happened.