Apple's annual WWDC event begins today in California. Naturally there will be an opening keynote, where Apple will present its new software advancements such as iOS 10, the next version of Mac OS, Watch OS, tvOS, among others.
Apple is also rumored to unveil a refreshed Apple Music and new version of the App Store, smarter Siri with broaden functionality, among others. Some rumors suggest a new MacBook may make appearance, too.
Apple will be livestreaming the keynote on its website. You need a Safari browser on any Apple device or a PC with Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge browser. Follow this link for the live stream.
We'll also try to come up with a link that for you to watch with any capable software, like VLC for instance, but those aren't available yet.
Update: Here's the streaming link:
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