Apple has yet to gift us with live video coverage of their yearly developer conference, but promised this year to post new videos every day – available to registered Apple developers only. Apple has previously live streamed events (like the iPad Mini reveal), so it wouldn’t be unheard of to give it a go at WWDC.
While it’s not known if Apple will start streaming videos of their WWDC keynote this year, we’ll have you covered! Starting just before 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern, we’ll begin our liveblog coverage of the event. Make sure to stop by. As soon as Apple makes their keynote video available, come on back to make sure you know where to find it.
Update 12:30pm: Apple has posted the system requirements for the live stream. Viewers must be using Safari 4 or later on Mac OS X v10.6 or later – or Safari on iOS 4.2 or later. Sorry Windows users! Regardless of OS, Apple TV owners can tune in live!
Update (6/10 10am): Apple will be livestreaming the WWDC 2013 keynote to viewers on Apple TV, iOS, and through the web. If you can’t watch the video, make sure to head over to our liveblog for all of the details of the event!