The Apple WWDC 2018 keynote date and time are official today, with the Cupertino company sending out invites to members of the press.
The keynote will take place on June 4 at the usual time for Apple conferences: 10:00 am PT time. That's 1pm ET, 6pm BST, and 3:00 am AEST on Tuesday in Australia.
Apple's annual developer conference will be live streamed, so even if you weren't able to get a ticket, you can watch all of the big announcements through a Safari (or Microsoft Edge, usually) browser.
Apple WWDC expectations
Today's WWDC doesn't drop a lot of the sort of hints we see on some Apple invites. It uses the same logo we've seen on the official WWDC 2018 website for months.
There's a big mystery as to the iOS 12 features, with Apple said to be focusing more on reliability than a big redesign, given all of the iOS 11 problems there are today.
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