Apple is going to offer WWDC live stream 2014 to all users and developers. The keynote starts on June 2, so you can watch its official site this Monday to get all the news and information about the products. The conference is being held in San Francisco. The start point is 10.00 AM Pacific Time.
Apple to Live Video Stream WWDC 2014 on June 2
Users who don’t have tickets and cannot attend the Worldwide Developers Conference this year can watch the WWDC live video stream on Mac or Windows computers. All you need is Safari browser on your iDevice or Mac and QuickTime 7 program on PC.
WWDC 2014 live stream should also be available to all Apple TV owners since the company is going to stream videos through the channel on this TV.
What will we hear on Monday? Apple is believed to speak about the new iOS 8. It is also rumored to present the new OS X version 10.10. These are the two main focuses this year though the iPhone maker might mention its next lines of gadgets as well. Of course, Apple will most likely keep its hardware products unannounced as it likes having rumors to interest customers and unveils the secrets closer to the official release date.
Thus AppleTV and iWatch fans will have to wait for a while until the company gets ready to present these projects to public.