You won’t have to go all the way to San Francisco to watch Apple’s big WWDC keynote as it happens.
Apple revealed today that it will offer a live stream of the event, which will be held June 13 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The company is expected to unveil iOS 10, OS X 10.12 and much more at the software-oriented keynote in front of thousands of lucky developers.
An events page for the live stream was posted today on Apple’s website. Fans can watch the stream via Safari on an iPhone, iPad or Mac. Even PC users can get in on the action with Microsoft Edge and Windows 10.
Streaming on Apple TV requires a 2nd-, 3rd- or 4th-generation device. The event is scheduled to kick off at 10 a.m. Pacific on Monday, June 13.
Per usual, Cult of Mac will liveblog the entire keynote, where Apple is expected to announce its biggest software updates for every product in 2016.