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How to watch Apple’s 2017 WWDC event live

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Time to find out what’s next for Apple…
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Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) kicks off today (June 5) in San Jose, California. The company’s keynote is expected to focus on updates to its mobile and computer operating systems, a new Siri-powered speaker, as well as potentially some new laptops and iPads.

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 Mike Murphy will be on the ground to provide live updates. Follow along with our liveblog here.


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