If you enjoy technology and love Apple in particular then you might be sad that you won’t be able to attend Apple’s WWDC 17 keynote if you’re not a developer, or don’t have a ticket.

Thankfully, like most years, Apple has today confirmed that they will be live streaming their main keynote event, like most years.

The Keynote event will kick off on June 5th at 10 AM PDT/ 6 PM BST.

During this event, we expect to hear more about what Apple has been creating for their developers. We expect that it will mostly be software-based announcements, however, it is also possible that we might see some hardware as well.

Rumours have suggested that we might see a new Siri-based home assistant speaker during the show, along with some updates to the MacBook range, including the Pro, Air, and the normal MacBook.

Some have also suggested that we might see some new iPads on top.

We don’t have the official news yet, however, we will be sure to update you as we hear about it.

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