For a while whenever Apple would host WWDC, they would make it a pretty exclusive event in which only Apple device owners could tune into it if they weren’t in attendance. These days Apple has started to open itself up a bit more, and if you are curious to see what Apple will announce this year, you’re in luck.

The company has recently confirmed that this year’s WWDC will be live streamable to users who aren’t in attendance. Previously it was suggested that the live stream would only be open to those with a developer account, but it has since been clarified to indicate that anyone with a compatible device or browser will be able to tune in just like before.

For those looking to tune into the live stream, you would need to own an iOS or Mac device running Safari, but for those on PC, not to worry as if you have Windows 10 and use the Edge browser, you should be able to tune in no problem. While WWDC has largely been about software, many are expecting Apple to unveil some new hardware this year as well.

According to the rumors, we can expect things like new iPad Pros (and one in a new 10.5-inch size) as well as refreshes made to the MacBook lineup. Take it with a grain of salt but remember to check back with us on the 5th of June if you’d like the official details.

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