Apple’s WWDC meetup every June is where the company announces all the software changes we’ll see come to the iPhone, Mac and more. At this year’s WWDC 2016, many expect some important updates to Siri, additions to iOS and potentially new Mac laptops. No matter what Apple announces, you can watch the announcement online today at 1pm ET/10am PT.
As usual, Cupertino is making the keynote presentation available to watch for users of their products: iPhone, iPad, Mac (using Safari web browser), as well as PC users. Folks owning those products can tune into the proceedings later today on Apple’s site here.
Unfortunately, users of Android will have to keep up with event using other means. For them we recommend keeping it locked to Popular Science and reading our updates here. We’ll be covering the event similar to how we’ve covered previous ones.
Though if Android users really want to watch video, iBlogApple has the guide on how to tune in. Using VLC and a bit of hyperlink magic, even Google users can watch along.
Posted above is video from Apple’s last event in March 2016. We’ll add video of today’s event as it becomes available. Keep a browser tab open on Popular Science and our social media accounts, as we bring you live details on the event.
Follow all of our WWDC 2016 coverage here.