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Live from Apple's WWDC 2016 keynote

Welcome to the Software Show.

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is the Cupertino tech giant’s once-a-year paean to its vast network of third-party developers who, for the most part, build all the apps you know (and many you don’t) and love (and many you don’t) on your iPhones, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch and, of course, the granddaddy of them all, your Mac.

This year Apple CEO Tim Cook, SVP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi and, possibly, a collection of other Apple executives, will take the stage at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium (an unusual choice in and of itself) and walk us through the next versions of all its platforms. Everything from watchOS and tvOS to iOS and OS X will get a look.

The entire keynote, which kicks off on Monday at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, could last more than 2 hours. Cook and company will need all that time to get through all of that and to wow us with a more powerful Siri voice assistant and its new, highly-anticipated SDK.

They might even tease a bit of hardware, though don’t expect any new categories. It’s not that kind of event.

Seated as close to the front as possible will be your intrepid team of Mashable reporters, including me, Senior Tech Correspondent Christina Warren, Deputy Tech Editor Samantha Murphy Kelly and Apps Reporter Karissa Bell. We’ll be live-blogging right here and covering it on our social feeds. Follow along here, there and everywhere Mashable lives. We’ll make sure you get the full picture on Apple’s plans for your favorite devices. You can sign up below so you get a reminder when we kick off the live blog.

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