Apple's big keynote event to launch this year's annual Worldwide Developer Conference starts at 10AM pacific time, and The Mac Observer will be on location bringing you as it happens news from the event. Reports say we could see new MacBook Pro models, Siri support for third-party apps, an updated Thunderbolt display, and more.
Get ready for today's WWDC keynote and TMO's live coverage
WWDC is an annual Apple-hosted event where iOS and OS X app developers learn what's in store for both platforms, attend sessions where they learn about coding for Apple's products, and get face time with the company's own engineers.
The keynote event has been used in the past to introduce new products, but the primary focus is to highlight features in the next major releases of iOS and OS X. It's a safe bet we'll see both shown off today, along with the next version of watchOS and likely tvOS,too.
You can follow along with our live feed from this morning's keynote on out website or on Twitter. Be sure to stick around after the event for our post-keynote analysis and reactions to today's announcements on the TMO Daily Observations podcast.