Apple’s big developer show is about to begin. The company’s annual Wordwide Developer Conference kicks off with a two-hour keynote presentation on Monday, June 4 at 10 am Pacific (1 pm Eastern).
We’ll be liveblogging the whole keynote right here on WIRED. You can also stream live video of the WWDC keynote from anywhere in the world.
Join us at 9:15 am PDT on Monday morning, where Lauren Goode, Tom Simonite, and Brian Barrett will be providing live commentary from WWDC 2018 in San Jose, California. Once the liveblog starts, this message will be replaced by our live reports.
What to Expect at WWDC 2018
Software updates, and lots of them. This summer event is where Apple traditionally previews the newest additions to macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. We shouldn’t expect to see new hardware—the new iPad arrived in March, and the next iPhone will be here in September—since WWDC is primarily about bits and not atoms. However, Apple _did_ deviate from the usual script at last year’s WWDC by showing off the HomePod and some new iPads. Still, even if there is some new hardware, you can expect the emphasis to be on software, services, and developer tools. It is a dev conference, after all.
Be sure to read Lauren Goode’s round up of everything we expect from WWDC 2018. And come back just after 9am PDT on Monday morning to join us for the live keynote.