Apple is gearing up for one of its biggest events of the year — the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), where it shows off the newest software for all of its devices.
[Update: here are all the big announcements:
- Apple Music: Apple launches subscription service, radio stations and social features
- Mac OS X El Capitan: Apple releases new desktop operating system, focuses on experience and stability
- iOS 9: Apple adds intelligent assistant, news app, and increase performances and stability of iPhone operating system
- WWDC 2015: Apple updates Watch and watchOS with new customising features]
The event will begin at 6pm UK time on Monday. Apple will be livestreaming the event, either online at its website or using a special Apple TV app — but users can only (legitimately) do so using Apple products.
But we'll be covering it live and comprehensively all evening, so you can follow along here. With staff in San Francisco in London, stay tuned for breaking updates throughout the evening.
- Everything that's expected at Apple's big event
- Apple TV will not be announced at WWDC
- Apple Music UK: will Apple’s Spotify rival get international rollout at WWDC 2015?
- Tim Cook promises WWDC 2015 will not feature all-male list of speakers
- Apple Pay finally coming to UK
- What we don't see will matter as much as what we do
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