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Apple‘s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is taking place today, June 22, and for the first time ever, it’s exclusively digital. What’s more, while tickets for admission normally cost $1,600, this year it’s also totally free. If you want to tune in, here’s what you need to know.

The WWDC begins at 10 a.m. PT. You can stream the event on Apple.com, the company’s developer website, and app, and using the Apple Events app on Apple TV. Unlike previous years, Apple will not be allowing embeds of the video stream, meaning you’ll have to tune in through one of its proper channels.

Apple is expected to make new software and hardware announcements during the keynote, while reports suggest we will also hear about a new iOS and new iMac, among other products.

You can find a detailed schedule for Apple WWDC 2020 here.

Not NYC, not LA.