Where to stream Apple’s WWDC 2016 keynote
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote presentation kicks off live from the Bill Graham Civic Center in San Francisco today at 1 PM ET/10 AM PT. Engadget will be liveblogging the keynote right here, where we can expect the next versions of iOS and OS X to get the most airtime. We also wouldn’t be surprised to learn of some big changes to Apple Music and the App Store, plus some additional updates to Apple’s watchOS and tvOS.
Although hardware can often take a backseat to software at WWDC, look for Tim Cook and company to announce an updated cinema display as well as some refreshed guts for the MacBook Air and Pro lines.
You can find a feed of Apple’s keynote presentation here when it goes live at 1 PM ET, provided you open that link from Safari on your Mac or iOS device. (Or a PC with Microsoft Edge running Windows 10.) For those playing along from the couch, you can also stream it live via Apple TV.
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