If you aren’t a developer, or someone otherwise lucky then you probably won’t be attending WWDC 2016, thankfully you can still watch the action unfold live.

This is thanks to Apple’s live stream of the event, which will allow you to watch the keynote live from an Apple device (or Windows PC) next Monday at 10AM PDT.

To access the live stream you will need an iPhone, iPad or an iPod Touch with Safari and iOS 7.0 or later, a Mac with Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X V10.8.5 or later, a PC with Microsoft Edge  on Windows 10, or an Apple TV 2nd or 3rd generation with software 6.2 or later, or an Apple TV 4th generation.

We expect that Apple will be focusing on software during the event, as usual, with expected announcements including iOS 10, a new Mac OS and maybe some other software that we cannot name yet.

You can read our full list of expectations here.

On the day of the event, make sure to hit up the source link to live stream the keynote.

We will also be posting the news here on TechNutty as it happens.

Source Apple

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