Apple is holding it's annual developer conference on Monday, where the company is expected to reveal the latest and greatest in software and technologies.
The event, held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, Calif., will begin at 10am PT and 1pm ET. (You can see that in your local timezone here).
The company is expected to announce a revamped set of operating systems, including iOS, and a rebranded macOS, as well as new offerings in watchOS and tvOS.
As ZDNet's Stephanie Condon noted in her preview, Apple may want to roll out more than just some minor upgrades. It's hoped that the company nay have a new approach to artificial intelligence and big data, or embrace communal devices.
Given that it's a software and developer-based event, don't keep your hopes up for any hardware.
Apple will stream the event live, featuring Apple chief executive Tim Cook and other senior executives.
If you are around to watch the hour-long keynote, viewers must watch the stream online with with Safari on iOS 7.0 or later, a Mac with Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X 10.8.5 or later.
If you're watching through Apple TV, you can watch the stream on second or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later, or on any fourth-generation Apple TV.
Windows 10 users can also watch live through the Edge browser.
If you're away from your television, we'll have live coverage throughout the day..
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