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Monday, June 13, 2016

How to watch Apple’s WWDC keynote today live

Welcome back to WWDC. This year, we're expecting Apple to make some wide-
ranging announcements, from slight tweaks to major overhauls.

Leaks ahead of the event have suggested big news coming about Siri. For one, expect the voice assistant to launch on Mac. Rumor has it Apple may also open third-party app integration for the service, marking a major, long-awaited change in how it operates. One more announcement that’s a bit of a dark horse: a home speaker that runs on Siri.

Apple has also talked with The Verge about some big changes coming to how the App Store operates. You can expect the company to dive in more during its announcement.

As already reported, the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference will be live streamed on the WWDC website through all iPhone and iPad devices running iOS 7.0 or above, and on Mac devices with Safari 6.0.5 and OS X v10.8.5 or later. The WWDC 2016 live stream can also be seen on second and third-generation Apple TV boxes running version 6.2, apart from fourth generation Apple TV boxes. The WWDC iOS app will also live stream the event from Bill Graham Civic Auditiorium. And just like last year, Windows 10 PC users with the Microsoft Edge browser will also be able to watch the WWDC live stream.

If these requirements rule you out, fear not. In partnership with our sister title Macworld we'll be hosting a live blog below that will bring you all the announcements plus expert analysis on what those announcements mean for both Apple and consumers. Come back at 6pm on 13 June for full details of what Apple has in store.

Taking place on an annual basis, the WWDC 2016 dates are 13-17 June. Sticking with tradition, the conference will take place at the Moscone Centre in San Francisco, California.
The all-important WWDC 2016 keynote, where Apple will make its big announcements, will start at 10am PDT on 13 June. That means in the UK, it will begin at 6pm.

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