Apple will kick off its annual conference for developers and app creators, WWDC, on Monday in San Jose, California at 1pm ET.
Apple will talk about the improvements it’s made to the software on iPhones, iPads, and Macs — improvements most users will start to see this fall.
We’re also expecting that Apple could reveal new products, including updated MacBooks and a new iPad Pro.
Business Insider will be at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center covering the event live, and we’ll be providing all of our thoughts and notes below.
If you’d like to follow along, the keynote will be streamed live on Apple’s web browser, Safari, and on Microsoft’s Edge web browser for Windows 10. Apple TV users will also be able to tune in.