Apple is about to take the stage for its annual developers' conference called WWDC tonight and it's bound to offer some great new announcements.
To follow the conference on PC or Mac, you'll need to use Safari to get the livestream from Apple.com. If you don't want to use Apple's web browser, download VLC and open the following stream:
On iOS and tvOS devices, just use Safari and go to Apple.com
The conference starts at 10AM PST / 6PM UK Time.
Typically, Apple is mostly discussing software at WWDC and this year should be no different. Expect to hear about iOS 10 or iOS X if they want to follow the same path that Mac's OS took. iOS 10 should give you the ability to hide stock apps, bring some much needed change to the App Store (already detailed here), redesign Apple Music and open up Siri's SDK.
You should also hear about potentially a new Mac and a new version of OS X.