WWDC live stream of keynote available


Apple’s WWDC 2014 begins tomorrow and events from the keynote will be keenly observed by tech enthusiasts across the world. If you don’t want to miss any of the action then you’ll be pleased to hear that this year a WWDC live stream of the keynote will be available.

Apple doesn’t always offer live video streaming of its big events so this is welcome news. The keynote kicks off a 10am PT /1pm ET on Monday June 2, and we’ve already given details of times worldwide so you’ll know when it starts wherever you are.

If you head to the Apple source link below you’ll find details of keynote live streaming. At the bottom of that page you’ll see the requirements for taking advantage of the live stream video, although the announcement doesn’t give much else away about what to expect from the event.

We are anticipating news on iOS 8 though, and yesterday there was an intriguing teaser that raised the possibility that the iPhone 6 may even make an official debut, although we’re less sure about this one. Will you be watching the Apple WWDC 2014 keynote via live streaming?

Source: Apple

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