Apple is all set to host its yearly World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. The event will commence on 10 AM PDT (10:30 PM IST) on June 4 with the company’s CEO, Tim Cook delivering a keynote. The company will be live streaming the entire keynote address, however, one needs to have an Apple device, be it an iPhone, Mac or an iPad, with Safari installed in order to watch it. The event will also be available for those who own a second-generation or older Apple TV device via the Events app. Those who are on Android and Windows, fret not, because you can watch the event on your browsers by navigating to the company’s website here, but make sure to have updated, latest version of the Edge and Chrome browser apps. Now that you know how to watch the event, let’s take a look at what we can expect from Apple.
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