Apple WWDC 2017 livestream: Time, how to watch Worldwide Developers Conference, what to expect

If you want to see the latest and greatest coming from Apple, you’ll want to tune in to the tech company’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicking off today.

This year’s WWDC will take place June 5-9 at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. The conference brings together thousands of engineers and developers for a week-long event, kicking off with a keynote address on the first day in which the company traditionally unveils its new products.

The keynote address from Apple CEO Tim Cook will take place at 1 p.m. ET (noon CT). Apple will be streaming the event live for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV and Windows 10 users. You can tune in here.

What to expected

Cook is expected to announce a refresh for the MacBook, including the addition of Intel’s 7th generation “Kaby Lake” processors.

One of the most high-profile announcements will likely be the launch of an all-new Siri-powered speaker. The speaker – made to compete with Amazon’s Echo and Google Home – is expected to offer upgraded “virtual surround sound.”

Rumors abound that Apple will introduce a new screen size for iPad – a 10.5 inch iPad Pro.

There has been talk Apple is working on a social networking app that would allow users to easily edit, enhance and share video.

Expect a preview of the next version of iOS and updates for Apple Music, Maps, Photos, iMessage and more.

You can read more on what to expect from WWDC here.