The San Jose conference will focus on software, but the company might have a few surprises up their sleeve
Want to be more switched-on than just following the liveblog? The company streams its keynote live these days, though you have to use Safari (or Microsoft Edge on Windows 10) to watch it. If you’re at home with your Apple TV, you can watch it there too – there should be a new icon on your home screen for the event.
WWDC is primarily a software event, a chance for Apple to show external developers its plans for upcoming releases so that they can start incorporating new features into their own apps. That means we’ll see the first versions of the next operating systems including iOS 11 and macOS 10.13. We’ll also probably get updates to the company’s lesser platforms, like watchOS and tvOS.
Hardware isn’t the focus of the event, but that doesn’t mean Apple won’t have some devices on stage. We’re likely to see updates to two of Apple’s hardware lines: the iPad Pro and the MacBook Pro.