Apple’s 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) kicks off in mere hours, and good news is that this time around Apple will livestream the opening keynote with all the major announcements. You can tune in to watch live, but make sure to first download all the required software, as otherwise it may not work.
We have included all the instructions and requirements to watch Apple’s 2014 WWDC livestream on your device. After you make sure you have fulfilled all the requirements, just hit the link right below.
The event starts at:
10am PT | 1pm ET | 6pm GMT
Requirements: OS X 10.6 or newer, running Safari 4 or later.
Requirements: iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch on iOS 4.2
It seems that Apple is not providing streaming for Windows, but you can watch streams from uStream here
Requirements: Apple TV 2nd or 3rd gen, running on 5.0.2 software or newer. The video stream should appear in a separate tile.
Or you can just tune in to PhoneArena.com and read our live-blog of the WWDC 2014 keynote! We'll update this article with a link to the liveblog soon.