Apple will live-stream tonight's WWDC 2013 keynote speech on its website and to Apple TVs, so fans can watch Tim Cook and his team unveil the latest exciting Apple products.
We'd recommend having the live video of Cook's WWDC keynote open in one tab and Macworld UK's WWDC 2013 feed in another, so you can read our expert analysis and reaction to the various announcements as they appear.
WWDC will kick off with an Apple keynote on 10 June at 6pm British time. Last year, Apple launched its Retina MacBook Pro at the WWDC 2012 keynote, and also showed off iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion previews, so Apple watchers are eagerly anticipating what is in store at this year's event.
All 5,000 tickets for the event, which cost £1,050 each, sold out within two minutes – a record for Apple. In 2012, it took two hours for the tickets to sell out, and the previous year's tickets sold out in 10 hours. "Enthusiasm for WWDC 2013 has been incredible," Apple wrote on its Developer site shortly after the tickets were released.