As we all know, Monday is the day of the WWDC keynote. Apple will have live streams of the event through their website and Apple Events. For more on that, click here to find out exactly how to stream the keynote.

However, it has been reported by MacRumors that certain Apple Stores will be live streaming the keynote at the physical store. It makes it so that Apple enthusiasts can all be together while Apple’s newest software (and possibly products) are being unveiled to the public.

MacRumors claims that Apple Williamsburg in Brooklyn, Apple University Village in Seattle, Apple Crabtree Valley Mall in Raleigh, and Apple Carnegie Library in Washington, D.C. will be the stores that will be showing the keynote in their stores live.

Additionally, 9to5Mac has reported that Apple Downtown Brooklyn, Apple World Trade Center in Manhattan, Apple Union Square in San Francisco, Apple Beverly Center in Los Angeles, Apple Champs-Élysées in Paris, and Apple Regent Street in London will also be live streaming the keynote in their stores too.

There is no official word yet from Apple that is telling people which stores will be showing the keynote live in their stores. It looks like there will be no RSVP or fee to watch the WWDC keynote in these Apple Stores.

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