Apple is kicking off its annual Worldwide Developer Conference with a keynote presentation on Monday June 8 at 10AM pacific time, and TMO will be there to bring you the latest news and announcements as they happen.
Stay on top of WWDC 2015 with TMO's coverage and analysis
WWDC is Apple's once a year event where third-party developers come to get an overview of the company's OS X and iOS plans, attend sessions to learn more about working with Apple technology, and get face time with Apple's engineers. Much of the week-long conference is restricted to developers, but the Monday morning keynote is also open to the media and will be live streamed.
Apple is expected to show off features from the next versions of OS X and iOS, may introduce a new streaming music service built on Beats Music, and could unveil new features for Apple TV such as support for third-party apps. The company is also going to share details on developing native apps for Apple Watch.
Be sure to check in with TMO Monday morning for our live coverage and throughout the week for the latest news and analysis on WWDC 2015.