Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference kicks off later today at 6pm BST (10am PDT), with iOS 10, macOS, Siri and tvOS expected to be among the main talking points. Want to follow all the action live? Here's how to watch the WWDC 2016 keynote on your PC, iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV – and even your Android device.
The Bill Graham Auditorium in San Francisco will host WWDC 2016, which is one of the biggest events on the tech calendar. At the annual conference, Apple usually lays out its plans for the year ahead, focussing on software and platform developments ahead of hardware reveals later in the year.
The good news if you want to tune in to WWDC to see what's new in the world of Apple is that it's easier than ever.
How to watch WWDC 2016 on iOS, OS X, and Apple TV
In terms of system requirements, you'll need to be running Safari on iOS 7.0 or later, or a Mac with at least Safari 6.0.5 on OS X 10.8.5 or later.
Apple TV users can also stream the keynote via the dedicated Events app. You' need a 2nd or 3rd generation box running version 6.2 of the software or better – or any 4th-gen Apple TV (2015) will do the trick.
How to watch WWDC 2016 on Windows 10
This year Apple is opening the WWDC door to users of other ecosystems – the company will be streaming its keynote to Windows 10 users through Microsoft's new Edge browser.
Just head to the Apple website as you would if you were using Safari and you can enjoy full access to the official WWDC stream.
How to watch WWDC 2016 on Android
You can even tune in on Android devices, though this requires a workaround.
To get the live stream on Google's mobile OS, you'll need to have VLC player (free on Android) downloaded and installed on your device.
Fire it up, tap the menu button and then select the 'Stream' option.
Then just input the following URL: "http://p.events-delivery.apple.com.edgesuite.net/15pijbnaefvpoijbaefvpihb06/m3u8/atv_mvp.m3u8"
That's it. You can now smirk, chortle and face-palm the night away as Apple announces features that were on your Galaxy device two years ago.
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