Ah, it’s this time of the year again. The Moscone Centre in downtown San Francisco is bustling with activity, banners dominating the area as people rush about to prepare for one of the biggest events in the tech scene. In our feature picture, workers are almost done decorating the Moscone West building, and two near-completed, pristine white Apple logos of Brobdingnagian proportions adorn its sides. “What’s happening?” you may ask. In a sentence, Apple is holding its annual, famous WWDC and will be unveiling new products, both software and hardware. Here’s why you should be excited, when it is, and where you can watch it live.