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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.

Apple has officially confirmed the WWDC 2017 keynote live stream for June 5 10AM PT. Once added, you will be informed 15 minutes before the event that you should grab your popcorn (or coffee) and tune right in.

According to Tech Times, this might be Best Buy's way of clearing their inventory before the arrival of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, which has been rumored to be launched next month, at Apple's Wordlwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

Today, Apple has revealed that it will be live streaming the entire WWDC 2017 keynote.

Apple's livestream will be available to view on June 5 and can be watched from any iOS 7 or later device or using Safari running on a Mac running OS X 10.8.5 or later. For Apple TV viewers, make your TV runs on software 6.2 or later.

Every year, the WWDC event brings a lot of stuff for Apple fans all around the world. If you do not own any Apple devices, you can also watch the stream using Microsoft's Edge browser on Windows 10.

This is a change from the first grumblings we heard about the event. We could expect Apple to unveil a new Macbook, Macbook Pro and possibly an updated Macbook Air as well.

The 10.5-inch iPad Pro is hailed as the successor of the 9.7-inch model and is rumored to sport nearly identical features.

In a recent note to Apple clients, Analyst Kuo wrote that Apple's engineers were able to squeeze a 10.5-inch display into a form factor similar to the existing 9.7-inch iPad models.

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