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Here's how to live stream Apple's WWDC keynote

Apple is live streaming its WWDC keynote; here's how to watch

Apple's top brass are holding their annual Worldwide Developers Conference keynote event this morning, and the event will be live streamed for anyone with an Apple device to watch.

The keynote is scheduled to kick off at 10 a.m. PDT, and there are various ways to tune in, depending on what gadget you plan to use.


If you have an Apple desktop or laptop, you can watch the keynote by heading to this Web page using the Safari browser. Your Mac computer must be running Safari 4 or later as well as OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or a more recent operating system.

iPhone or iPad

Mobile Apple users can also tune in by heading to the same Web page using the Safari app on their devices. Their gadgets must be running iOS 4.2 or later. 

Apple TV

The keynote will also be streamed through second and third-generation Apple TV devices. Typically, Apple creates a new channel dedicated specifically to its live-streamed events. Users can select on it to watch.


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