Today’s the day! Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) kicks off in just a few hours. The opening keynote is sure to be packed with some exciting announcements, and Apple is streaming it live around the world.
This year’s conference looks set to be all about the operating systems, with Apple widely expected to show off new versions of iOS, OS X, watchOS and tvOS. There will supposedly be a big focus on Siri this year, there’s talk of a significant overhaul for Apple Music, and we may hear more about the just-announced changes to the App Store. With any luck Tim Cook will spring a surprise or two on us in addition to the above.
WWDC takes place in California, with the big keynote kicking off at 10am PST (that’s 6pm BST for you Brits.) You can live stream the event from pretty much any Apple device, or a PC running Windows 10’s Edge browser. On an Apple TV, simply select the “Apple Events” channel from the main menu to watch the event. From a Mac or iOS device, go to Apple’s website or press the link below.
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