Apple WWDC 2014: How to watch


When Apple CEO Tim Cook takes that stage for the keynote speech at the Worldwide Developers Conference, many are expecting him to drop plenty of big information. Though the information likely won’t be about any new hardware, fans of Apple’s operating systems will have plenty to talk about by the time the event is over.

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Cook is expected to reveal iOS 8 for mobile devices as well as OS X 10.10, which is a complete visual overhaul of the classic OS X operating system for Mac computers.

If you’re sitting at home or work, you will be able to watch WWDC 2014 unfold live only if you’re running on an Apple device. That’s right, fans can only watch the keynote speech if they are using an Apple product.

For those using a Safari browser on an Apple device, you can watch the livestream here. The stream requires Safari 4 or later on OS X v10.6 or later; Safari on iOS 4.2 or later; or a second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 5.0.2 or later installed.

The stream begins at 1pm ET (10am PT). If you aren’t one of the lucky ones to be able to watch WWDC 2014 live, make sure to follow along with us on our live coverage as technology editor Michael Straw reveals breaking news, provides commentary and answers any questions you may have regarding the news you hear during the day.

You can access the live coverage of the event by following this link.