Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is ongoing. We'll get you live updates on the announcements in the coming hour. Apple is also doing a live broadcast exclusively for OS X, Apple TV and iOS users.
Update: The keynote is over and perhaps the big surprise was the lack of one. There was no "one more thing," the announcements were soft launches -- all slated for a fall release -- and very developer focused (it's the developers conference after all). There was still a lot of stuff to see and look forward to nonetheless, especially if you're a Mac/iOS user. Perhaps the least expected announcement "Continuity" which integrates remote phone features, among others, in OS X was among the best. Follow the links below for detailed coverage of the two major announcements from WWDC 2014's keynote:
- iOS 8 with Health
- OS X 10.10 "Yosemite"
- (Kind of) Apple's take on home automation, integration with iOS
Stuff that didn't happen:
- New iMacs
- MacBook refresh with improved 4K monitor output
- Any hardware announcements
Unlikely to happen, but we'd be happy to be surprised:
- iPhone 6
- Apple TV, or other major TV related announcement
- iWatch, or other wearable tech