This year’s event promises plenty of excitement: A new iPad? Maybe. A new place for Siri to live? Almost certainly. A refresher on the MacBook line, some spiffy new features on iOS, some cool new apps to download from the App Store? All very possible. And since this year marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, it’s also pretty likely we’ll hear murmurs about what’s next for the device that Steve Jobs famously predicted would change the world.
We won’t know for sure what Apple has in store until CEO Tim Cook takes the stage for his two-hour keynote speech at 10 am Pacific (1 pm Eastern). We’ll be liveblogging the whole thing because, well, we live liveblogs!
Join us on Monday morning as we share all the big news from WWDC. We’ll kick things off at 9 am Pacific, about 60 minutes before the keynote begins. You can watch along here, or stream the keynote through the WWDC Live app on your Apple TV or iOS device.