Apple to live stream WWDC keynote for all Apple devices

This just in – Apple has confirmed that the WWDC keynote will be live streamed for all Apple devices including Macs, iPhones/iPods, iPads, and Apple TVs – via Apple’s website.

Apple Events

Apple did the same thing for last year’s WWDC, i.e. live streaming only for Apple devices, but I’m sure you’ll get an alternate stream some where.

But in case you have an Apple device, make sure it runs Safari 4 or later and you’re good to go.


The event is set to start at 10AM PDT, which turns out to be 10:30 PM IST (in case you’re living in India). You can use this little tool to get a quick idea on when the keynote starts.

Rumors have it that Apple is going to release iOS 7 and OS X 10.9, both of them showcasing flat UI. But no one really knows – which is the reason why there’s a lot of suspense for this year’s WWDC.

So, make sure you tune into this event via the official stream (via website), or an alternate stream, if you don’t have an Apple device lying near you.

Link: Apple Events

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