Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2017 is set to take place at 10am PDT (6pm BST) today.
The mobile giant is expected to reveal new updates for its array of devices and operating systems including iOS, watchOS and tvOS.
Rumours are abound that Apple could potentially unveil plans for a new iPad Pro. Other reports claim that Apple is set to announce a new file management app, simply called Files, as well as a Siri-powered rival to Amazon Echo.
There’s also a chance Apple could reveal its plans for augmented reality during today’s keynote. Any announcement could be particularly timely as rivals such as Facebook and Google get in on the space.
Where can I watch it?
New Apple TV owners can download the Apple Events app from the App Store to watch the keynote live.
Outside of Apple TV, Apple will be streaming the event live on its website here.
There are a few caveats though, you need to make sure you’re using the right browser. FireFox and Google Chrome won’t cut it for streaming WWDC.
As per Apple’s requirements, you’ll need:
- Safari on iOS and Mac
- Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 on PC
- Second, third or fourth generation Apple TV
We'll of course be reporting on the big announcements as they happen, so keep your eyes peeled on the site for news straight from the event.