How to watch Apple live stream WWDC 2017
Apple has a huge event in Californian planned for later today with the US technology firm likely to announce a host of software and hardware updates.
WWDC 2017 kicks off at 6pm BST with Apple boss, Tim Cook, expected to take to the stage in San Jose to reveal what the company has in store for its army of loyal fans.
We’re expecting to see iOS 11 get its grand unveiling along with updates to the Mac and Watch operating systems.
Rumours also suggest that Apple will announce a new iPad Pro range, updates to to its Mac computers and there could even be a Siri speaker unveiled.
Express.co.uk is at WWDC in San Jose and will be bringing you all the news live as it happens.
But you can also watch the full keynote from Apple’s live stream.
So if you want to watch what Appel has in store here’s how to stream the full event on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and computer
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Watch On Your Computer
The easiest way to watch the keynote is to navigate to Apple.com/Apple-Events/June-2017.
Apple will update the page, which features prominently on its homepage, when the event starts at 10am PDT, 6pm BST.
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Unfortunately the video feed will only work in Apple's own Safari browser, or Microsoft Edge (although few people are using it)
However the live stream will load on the mobile and desktop version of both web browsers, so you'll be able to watch on all your OS X, iOS and Windows 10 devices.
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Watch On Your Smartphone
Safari on iOS will be able to stream the opening keynote when CEO Tim Cook takes to the stage later today.
Navigate on your iPhone or iPad to Apple.com/Apple-Events/June-2017 and you'll be able to tune-in.
There is also a dedicated WWDC app in the App Store, although this targeted primarily towards developers at the conference since it features a complete timetable of the talks and seminars.
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Watch On Your Television
If you have a second or third generation Apple TV, Apple should have already rolled out an Apple Events channel to your homescreen.
This preinstalled channel lets you live stream the event from San Francisco.
If you have the new fourth-generation Apple TV (the one with the touchscreen Siri remote control) you'll need to download the app from the App Store.
This dedicated Apple Events app lets you stream today's event as well as rewatch older keynote presentations.
And of course, Express.co.uk will have all of the latest news from the 2017 Worldwide Developers Conference.