How to watch Apple’s ‘Hello Again’ MacBook Pro keynote

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Apple's keynote invite makes an awesome wallpaper.
Apple's keynote invite makes an awesome wallpaper.
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The new MacBook Pro is nearly here!

Months of rumors and leaked images finally culminate today with Apple’s second keynote in two months. Live from Apple’s campus, Tim Cook and Co. are expected to unveil the all-new Mac lineup.

Apple’s “Hello Again” keynote starts today at 10 a.m. Pacific and you don’t need a press badge to watch. All the festivities will be livestreamed from Apple’s HQ in Cupertino, California, so you can follow along on your iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV.

Here’s how to get in on the action:

Apple’s ‘Hello Again’ keynote

How to watch Apple’s MacBook Pro event

Tune in live yourself via Apple’s website to catch today’s keynote. Mac users can simply launch Safari to view. PC users, ahem, can view via Microsoft’s Edge web browser (as long as you have Windows 10).

You can also watch the keynote on Apple TV. To tune in, just go to the Apple Events app on your Apple TV. It should be down at the bottom. The feed usually goes live 10 to 15 minutes before the show kicks off.

The Apple Mac event liveblog

As usual, Cult of Mac will be liveblogging the entire MacBook Pro event, so check back regularly today for breaking news, updates and analysis.

What to expect during Apple’s Mac event

As you bide your time waiting for the event to start, you can get a sneak peek at what we expect from Apple’s “Hello Again” Mac event in the video below. (Spoiler alert: Yes to new MacBook Pros, but sorry — no AirPods. Apple’s new wireless headphones have been delayed.)