In short: Apple kicks off its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) today at 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET, and you can watch the entire keynote livestream right here in the inset above. As usual, the event will focus on the latest Cupertino software, but there’s always a chance we’ll see some new hardware, including new Macs.

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Apple has been sticking to its multi-platform streaming policy with WWDC 2022. The event will be shown on the company’s website. Web siteYouTube channelDevelopments pagethe Apple TV app and other apps.

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Most of the event will most likely focus on iOS 16. We haven’t heard much about the latest mobile operating system. However, there are rumors that there may be several features designed specifically for the upcoming iPhone 14, including an always-on display and car accident detection.

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Apple will also unveil the latest versions of its other operating systems. iPadOS 16 will ship with many of the features of iOS 16 while pushing the best-selling tablet lineup even closer to laptop territory with some device-specific updates. Conversely, macOS 13 is rumored to receive an update that will bring its System Preferences closer to the iPhone & iPad Settings app. We can also expect some minor updates in the new watchOS 9 and tvOS 16.

Apple tends to save its hardware announcements for other special events, but that doesn’t guarantee it will be the same this year. One report claims that Apple was aiming to release the M2-powered MacBook Air at WWDC 2022, even though the Chinese lockdown has complicated its plans. Some outside bets include an updated Mac Pro with Apple’s own silicon and a new Pro Display XDR.

Be sure to check back today at 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET to see what Apple has in store.