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Apple are just a few hours away from their annual Worldwide Developers Conference. What can we except and how can you stream it?

As usual, Apple aren’t giving away any hints of its upcoming WWDC, but we can make a few guesses based on past events. Every year, WWDC shows off a preview of the latest Apple software. This evening we’ll see demos of the following, before publicly dropping in the fall:

  • iOS 16
  • iPadOS 16
  • macOS 13
  • watchOS 9
  • tvOS 16

While the conference always primarily focuses on software, occasionally we also see a number of hardware products announced or released. For example, three years ago at WWDC we saw the 2019 Mac Pro announced, before the release later in the year. Two years ago, Apple began their predicted two-year transition away from Intel chips and towards their own silicon. Apple has now introduced the M-series chips in all of their computers, except the Mac Pro. Alongside a redesigned Mac Pro, we could also see updated Macs with the M2 chips, such as a redesigned MacBook Air, Mac mini, etc. Finally, maybe, just maybe Apple will show off their long-rumoured AR/VR headset, though don’t hold your breath on that one.

How to watch WWDC 2022 online

WWDC will be live streaming the event today (Monday 6th June) at 10am PT, 1pm ET and 6pm UK time. Watch it on, on the Apple TV app or on YouTube. Apple are holding various sessions, labs, lounges and more online throughout the week. Full details here.