If you let it ferment in the bottle, it will carbonate itself, though it will need to be pasteurized if you put it in there before the primary is done.
Force carbonation using a keg is an option if you have the equipment.
If you can test the gravity, you can test if the fermentation is done. If the gravity stays constant for a couple days its probably done. If this is the case, you will have to put priming sugar in the mix right before bottling so it will continue to ferment in the bottle, creating carbonation. You will have to bottle pasteurize if you go that route, however. Just look up "priming sugar" and "bottle pasteurize" to learn more about those. The best thread on bottle pasteurization is pappers stovetop pasteurization, which I think is a sticky here in the cider forum.
Also, before you know how bottle carbing is going to go, you are going to want to check bottles at least once a day to make sure they aren't over carbonated, or they will explode. I have had batches finish bottle carbonating in as little as 3 days, some people have had even less. Other times it is weeks, so it all varies.