WWDC 2014: Where and How to Watch 'Exciting Announcements' on Apple's Keynote Live Stream
By Ma Evelyn Castino Quilas | June 2, 2014 2:14 PM EST
Technology enthusiasts in Australia and all over the world are in for a big treat! They can watch Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook deliver his keynote address via live stream during the kick-off ceremony of Apple's Worldwide Development Conference (WWDC) on June 2, 2014 10:00 AM PDT from Moscone West Convention Center, San Francisco, California.
The event will be 3:00 AM Tuesday in Sydney local time, 5:00 AM Tuesday in New Zealand; 6:00 PM in UK; and 1:00 PM in Canada.
The announcement from Apple Web page reads: "Watch streaming video from this special event and learn more about our exciting announcements."
The two-hour keynote address is the only public event of the week-long activity that Apple organized annually to launch its new products and services. The rest of the events, seminars, and workshops will be for product developers only wherein an estimated throng of 5,000 software developers are expected to attend.
Users who wanted to watch the keynote live from their laptops or desktops need to have Safari 4 or later running on OS X 10.6 or later. Meanwhile, users who opted to watch the live stream from their iPads or iPhones need to use Safari running on iOS 4.2 or later. Users of Apple TV need to have second or third generation model software 5.0.2 or later.
Alternately, users who do not own any Apple gadgets can check other internet sites that provides live stream offering.
According to an article from CNET, iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 are sure bets to be unveiled during the event. There is also a high possibility that Apple will launch mobile payments and home automation software.
There is also the probability that Apple will launch Mac mini, iMacs and Retina quality MacBook in the process. Technology enthusiasts have also been waiting to get their hands on the Apple TV, and Apple iTV.
On the other hand, PC Advisor mentioned Macs, iPhone 6, iWatch, iPhone 6 and iPad 6, or iPad Mini among the long shots to be expected during the keynote address. These products will likely be unveiled come September.
There might be other surprises waiting for the technology enthusiasts who will be lucky enough to watch Apple live stream from the website.
To watch the Apple keynote live stream, visit the company Web site at https://www.apple.com/apple-events/june-2014/.
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