Those people who aren’t among the anointed few to be chosen as attendees for Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference this year need not worry about missing out on important information. Apple will be live-streaming the conference’s keynote address for its Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco starting at 10 a.m. Pacific time on Monday.
People who are interested in watching the whole presentation can view it right here. Apple requires either Safari or an Apple TV to stream the events live, which means that interested viewers will need a Mac, iOS device or one of Apple’s set-top boxes in order to view the event. Sorry Windows, Linux and Android users: find a friend with an iPad to catch tomorrow’s stream.
For insight into what might show up on stage, check out GeekWire’s predictions for the event.
In addition, developers will be able to stream Apple’s Platforms State of the Union talk from 2:30 to 4 p.m. on Monday afternoon. It’s the first time that Apple has chosen to stream the talk, which gives developers the first glimpse into the technical side of Apple’s announcements from the morning. Don’t expect to hear too much news from that event, though: once the keynote is over, developers who have access to WWDC content are bound by a non-disclosure agreement not to talk about what they see.
Developers will also be able to watch the Apple Design Awards live tomorrow at 4:30 p.m., and see which third-party apps Apple chose to highlight as the best-designed tools on each of the company’s platforms. Apple will also be giving developers access to videos from its other conference sessions over the course of the week, so that people who weren’t able to come to San Francisco can still keep up to date with all the news.
In addition to the streaming extravaganza, GeekWire will have ongoing coverage of all the developments coming out of tomorrow’s keynote, along with commentary on what they will mean for Apple’s ecosystem and the tech world at large.