Apple has already announced the 2016 World Wide Developers Conference to the public and to developers. In fact, they had Siri announce the date and it still gives a pretty unique response. But earlier this week the company issued invites to the press and they announced a live stream of the opening keynote.
WWDC 2016 will kick off in just a few days on June 13th 2016 at 10AM(PST) or 1PM(EST). This is Apple’s annual developer conference and will show of the latest innovations to iOS, OS X, WatchOS, and tvOS. And they usually have a few surprises to show off, you might remember they previewed the Mac Pro a few years back and last year they unveiled Apple Music.
You will be able to access a live stream of the opening keynote on Apple’s website come June 13th.