Apple will live stream its WWDC 2015 keynote

Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference is definitely one of Cupertino’s most important events of the year. We did see Steve Jobs announce a few iPhones during this event back in the day, but the fact that the company uses this event to announce major updates to its software experiences is just as important. If you’re planning to keep an eye on what Apple announces, the company just made it easier for you to tune in.

Apple has just made it official that it’ll be live streaming its WWDC 2015 keynote on June 8. The company’s website was recently updated to confirm that you can watch it from any iOS device, Apple TV, or Apple’s Safari browser starting 10:00 AM Pacific time. We’re not really expecting any hardware announcements for this event, but we do expect Apple to announce updates like iOS 9, OS X changes, and hopefully some Apple Watch improvements.

You can bet that we’ll be giving everyone our typical Editorial Roundtable with all our initial impressions of what Apple announces at the event.

Source: Apple
Via: 9to5Mac

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