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WWDC 2014 to be live-streamed on Apple TV, Safari, QuickTime

updated 09:31 am EDT, Mon June 2, 2014

iOS users limited to Safari

Apple will be live streaming today's WWDC keynote, which begins at 10AM Pacific time. A special channel has been silently added to the Apple TV, and desktop viewers will be able to watch via Safari on OS X, or a Windows browser with the QuickTime 7 plugin. The only mobile viewing option is the iOS edition of Safari. iOS, OS X, and Windows viewers alike must go to a special event page; Apple TV users may have to reboot their device via the Settings menu to force the WWDC channel to appear.

The keynote is expected to concentrate almost entirely on OS X 10.10 and iOS 8, but covered banners at Moscone Center suggest that the company has at least one surprise in store. Rumors have hinted at everything from an Apple TV refresh to a home automation platform, new Macs, and/or iWatch-related content.

by MacNN Staff



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