Apple is set to kick off its annual developer conference later today, June 8, and you can follow the WWDC 2015 live stream.
Ensuring you’re kept in the loop on all things iOS 9, Apple Music and HomeKit, Apple has confirmed it will stream its eagerly awaited keynote to avid techies around the world.
Sadly, the live stream isn’t open to everyone – or every device anyway.
To follow the action, you will need to hit Apple’s website from one of the Cupertino-based company’s own devices.
“Live streaming video requires Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later; Safari on iOS 6.0 or later,” the iPhone 6 maker revealed.
Giving eager viewers another way to watch the event, the company added: “Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later."
If you’re in possession of a product that fits this criteria, you can catch the WWDC 2015 live stream by heading to apple.com/live.
The event is scheduled to kick off at 6pm BST (10am PDT).
Related: iPhone 6S release date
Although Apple has, as usual, kept its cards close to its chest, it is widely believed that tonight’s show will see the launch of the company’s Spotify-rivalling music streaming service, Apple Music.
Joining the Tidal challenger, the iPad creator is also expected to debut new OS X and iOS 9 software, as well as discussing Apple Watch sales, CarPlay uptake and the introduction of HomeKit.