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Apples WWDC 2016 Live Stream, Start Time: MacBook Air & MacBook Pro 2016, iOS 10, iPad, iPhone 7, Apple Watch 2

( [email protected] ) Jun 09, 2016 10:36 AM EDT
The Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) 2016 kicks off on Monday, June 13. Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to reveal the company's latest software update and new devices. This year, expect announcements about iPhone's new operating system, new firmware for Apple Watch and improved MacBook laptops. Now, here's how you can watch the WWDC 2016 online. We'll also give details about its live stream channels.
Apple is set to announce new MacBook Pro 2016 at this year's WWDC

The Worldwide Developer's Conference (WWDC) 2016 kicks off on Monday, June 13. Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to reveal the company's latest software update and new devices. This year, expect announcements about iPhone's new operating system, new firmware for Apple Watch and improved MacBook laptops. Now, here's how you can watch the WWDC 2016 online. We'll also give details about its live stream channels.

The annual WWDC event will take place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Tickets for the said event are priced at $1,599. Good thing, Apple fans can also watch the event online.

Apple will broadcast the WWDC 2016 live on its  official website starting 10:00 a.m. PT/1:00 p.m. ET/ 5:00 p.m. GMT on June 13. The Cupertino-based tech giant also created an app for the event, which is free for download. Click this link to download the WWDC 2016 application.

Viewers should make sure that their Apple devices are running on updated software to watch the event. iPhone SE and iPAD Pro 9.7 -inch users should make sure their devices are running on iOS 7.0 or newer. Mac owners need to have a system running on OS X 10.8.5 or later. Lastly, Windows 10 PC owners can watch the happenings live through the new Edge browser.

It is expected the company will reveal new software updates for tvOS, watchOS, iOS and more. For hardware, it is rumoured a 15-inch model MacBook Air will be announced, as per reports from Techno Buffalo. Several websites claim Apple might also introduce an improved MacBook Pro that features four USB-C ports, a touch-sensitive keyboard and slimmer build.

For Apple Watch 2, one of its biggest hardware additions could be the FaceTime camera, which can allow wearers to answer calls from their wrists. It is still not yet confirmed if the smartwatch will be introduced at WWDC.

Users also complained about the heavy reliance of Apple Watch to the iPhone. The upcoming watchOS 3, which will be previewed at WWDC, will provide more wireless capabilities to the smartwatch.

Meanwhile, it is highly likely that iPhone 7 will not be announced on WWDC 2016.  A report from Yahoo claims it will be launched on September this year.  As for its specs, it could have a dual camera setup that boasts revolutionary optics. iPhone 7 leaked images show the device will also have a smart connector port on the back.

With that said, let's wait for further updates from Apple about their upcoming products.

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