Apple, who is rather inconsistent with their live streams, has decided to let the world in on their Worldwide Developer's Conference keynote today. You can stream it live on Apple's event site–if you have the right Apple device.
In order to stream the WWDC keynote via Apple's official site, you’ll need Safari 4 or later on OS X v10.6 or later; or Safari on iOS 4.2 or later. You can also stream it on your Apple TV, you’ll need second or third-gen running 5.0.2 or later.
The annual conference kicks off today with the keynote, which will begin at 10am PDT.
The conference itself will run through June 6th.
Though Apple is tight-lipped (as always) about what's going down at WWDC this year, it's likely that we'll get to see the new iOS 8 and OS X. It's also possible that we'll see some additional hardware announcements. Some rumors suggest we could see Apple step into the world of med-tech with a health tracking platform.
Of course, there's really no use in speculating. Just watch the keynote here in a few hours to find out where Apple's turning their focus in 2014. If you're tuning in to see a new iPhone or iPad, you'reprobably going to be disappointed.
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