Watch Apple's WWDC keynote live at 1PM ET

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Billy Steele
B. Steele|06.05.17

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The day has come. It's time for Apple's annual developer conference to kick off and you can watch it live from wherever you'll be at 1PM ET/10AM PT. The company is keeping with its tradition of broadcasting the WWDC opening keynote for all the world to watch via the internet and Apple TV. When the time comes, tune in here (or on your set-top box) to catch all of the news as it's announced from San Jose. Yes, if you're watching on the web, you'll have to do so with either Safari or Microsoft's Edge browser.

You'll also want to keep our liveblog open in a separate window to catch commentary from the crew on the ground. And while you wait for the festivities to begin, check out what we expect to be announced later today with our WWDC 2017 preview.

Get all the latest news from WWDC 2017 here!

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