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How to watch Apple’s WWDC keynote today live

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during an Apple event in San Francisco, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
AP Photo/Jeff Chiu
The theme of this year's WWDC: software.
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Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off today (June 13) and the company’s keynote is widely expected to focus on changes to the App Store, a redesign to Apple Music, and a rebranded Mac operating system.

Here’s how to tune in live:

  • The event is scheduled to begin at 10am Pacific time, 1pm Eastern time, 6pm London time, and 1am Hong Kong time.
  • Apple will stream the event at this link.
  • Technical details: Apple’s live stream can be viewed on its Safari browser on iOS devices running iOS 7 or later and Macs running OS X 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion) or later. The event also will be streamed to second- and third-generation Apple TV devices. To watch on a PC, users will need to use the Microsoft Edge browser from a machine running Windows 10.
  • Just a warning: The stream isn’t always reliable.

Quartz’s Alice Truong will be on the ground to provide live updates along with reporters in New York and San Francisco. Follow along with our liveblog here.

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