Apple begins its WWDC 2014 event later today in San Francisco, with product announcements expected around its iPhone and Mac operating systems.
The Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off at 6pm BST on Monday, and V3 will be covering the event here with reaction to and analysis of all the announcements.
If rumours are to be believed, Apple will take the wraps off iOS 8, Mac OS X 10.10, smart home controls and possibly some new hardware. More details about its acquisition of Beats Electronics are also expected, following the buyout announced last week.
Keep this page bookmarked, and check out what we're likely to expect from tonight's keynote in our WWDC preview.
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