Ahh, the smell of OS updates is in the air! Must be WWDC 2014 day, the day when Apple makes all our dreams come true by changing the font on the Calendar app slightly and trying to make us all sign up to bigger iCloud accounts.
That's right, it's keynote time: and what are we expecting to hear from Apple today? We'll be honest, it's a mixed bag.
- Tune in at 6pm BST / 10am PST / 1am AEST
After the retail updates that nobody cares about and the reminder that Quite A Lot Of People now use iPhones, Tim Cook and co will probably announce some upgraded Macs and MacBooks and a new version of OS X Mavericks named after another California surf spot.
Then, after exhaustively running through the minutiae of that, we'll hear about iOS 8 and its Healthbook app. There'll be some vague hints about what the iPhone 6 will be capable of, but it's very unlikely that Apple will actually announce a new iPhone today.
Then come the wildcards: could Tim Cook finally let us in on the cosmic joke that is the iWatch? Will he announce an Internet Of Things friendly standard for the iHome so you can control your future fridges with your iPhone?
Will Dre come out and drop Still D.R.E. with Eddy Cue filling in for Snoop?
There is no way to know until the whole shebang kicks off. So join us here for our liveblog at 6pm BST / 10am Pacific / 1am June 3 Australian Eastern time - or join in the fun over on Twitter.
- In the meantime: here's a more exhaustive list of what to expect from WWDC 2014