Let the guessing games begin.
Apple announced today it will live stream "exciting announcements" from the keynote address at the Worldwide Developer's Conference on Monday, June 2, at 10 a.m. PT.
While Apple has selectively offered live streams in the past to reveal new technology and updates, what surprises the company has in store, including plans to unveil any new hardware, are anyone's guess.
The five-day conference, held in San Francisco, brings together 1,000 Apple engineers and 5,000 developers, according to the company's website.
Among the announcements from last year's conference were the iOS 7, iTunes Radio and updates to Mac OS X.
In anticipation of next week's conference, re-live the excitement of WWDC 2013 here.