As you may know, Apple will kick off its annual WWDC June 5 at 10 am PT. For those who are interested in watching the event, Apple has announced that it will be live streaming the opening keynote over at its website.
If you’re concerned you might miss all the action, don’t worry, Apple has updated its website and added a calendar reminder which will add Apple Special Event to your calendar with a 15-minute alert.
This year, there will be some changes at the WWDC, the most noticeable change will be the location. Apple has decided to host the event in San Jose rather than San Franciso. The second change for this year’s event is the unveiling of new devices.
In recent years, Apple has unveiled only its latest operating systems, but this year Apple is speculated to unveil a few devices. During the keynotes, Apple will unveil the software iOS 11, watchOS 4, tvOS 11, and macOS 10.13, as for the devices, Apple could unveil a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro, new MacBooks and MacBook Pros, and a Siri Speaker which will compete with Amazon’s Echo.
We’ll have to see if Apple decides to unveil new devices as the event officially starts in less than a few weeks. As for now, if you want to add the keynotes date to your calendar you can head over to Apple’s official website.