Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference is almost upon us and the company has updated its events page on its website to confirm that it will be live streaming the WWDC Keynote on June 13. It will be hosted at the San Francisco Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, kicking off at 10 a.m. PDT.

The annual event is always one of the most anticipated from Apple. The company is expected to announce the next major software updates for mobile and computers, the Apple Watch and Apple TV with iOS 10, OS X 10.12, tvOS 2 and watchOS 3 as well as some other stuff.

For the iPhone and iPad, iOS 10 is expected to finally allow users to remove native apps from their devices such as the Stock app and more. Elsewhere, iMessage may get payment transfers via Apple Pay and Siri will be coming to the desktop. Apple Music is expected to get a massive overhaul and a broader rollout of News, too.

Unfortunately, there will likely be no hardware shown at the developer conference. WWDC is a developer conference, and that means the focus is on the software.

You will be able to watch the live stream directly on all your Apple devices, as well as on PCs running Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. If you want to watch the event on another device, like one running Android or a different Windows setup for example, you can do so by following the steps below.

  • Download the free VLC video player. You can download VLC for Windows here. And for Android here.
  • Launch VLC once installed.
  • On Windows: Navigate to the Media tab and select Open Network Stream.
  • On Android: Hit the hamburger menu and the “Stream” option.

In the URL field, insert the following URL: (This is the video stream the Apple TV uses to show the keynote.)