Apple WWDC keynote live stream to be available to iOS, Mac, and Windows users

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There will be new hardware announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference this year it seems, and that means many of you will want to be able to live stream the announcements to see it all in real-time. Apple has just updated its schedule to reflect that the keynote at the conference will indeed be live streamed.

The devices supporting the live stream will be Macs running Safari 4 or later, iOS Devices running iOS 4.2 or later, Windows computers running QuickTime 7, and the Apple TV. You’ll notice that Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and webOS (for those of you who just can’t let go!) are conveniently not supported — sorry.

WWDC will be between June 2 and 6 in San Francisco, California, but the keynote (which is being live streamed) starts at 1PM EDT on June 2. We will, of course, be covering the event and any news that may come from it, so keep it locked.

Source: Apple
Via: 9to5Mac

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