How to watch WWDC 2017: Apple will live stream keynote

Watch along as the company announces iOS 11, among other things, including some new hardware possibly.

More speed, better battery life for Apple's 12-inch MacBook

With Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference fast approaching, Apple has added the opening keynote to its event page, indicating there will, of course, be a live stream for your viewing pleasure.

The keynote, which kicks off a week-long developer conference in San Jose, Calif., starts June 5 at 1 pm EST. During the event, Apple is expected to announce iOS 11, macOS 10.13, watchOS 4, and tvOS 11.

In addition to new operating systems, rumors indicate Apple could also announce a Siri Speaker to compete with the likes of Google Home and Amazon Echo, along with a 10.5-inch iPad Pro, and -- potentially -- new MacBooks.

You can watch the event on Apple's website here using Safari on an iOS device, Safari on a Mac, Microsoft Edge on Windows 10, or the Apple Events app on Apple TV.

ZDNet will be in attendance and will have detailed coverage after the event.