The biggest event on the Apple calendar is upon us: WWDC 2015. To watch it, you’ll probably want some Apple hardware, but just about any Apple hardware will do (okay, not the video iPod).
If you’re at home, turn on your Apple TV and you should see an Apple Live Event channel. The stream there has historically been more stable than the browser version for me, but still can stutter at times.
If you’re a Windows or Android user, Apple doesn’t want you to watch. But of course there is a way around their restrictions. You can download VLC Player and go to this link to decode the stream. See Tricia Duryee’s post from last year for more details.
The event starts at 10 a.m. Pacific time, and developers and press are already crowding the event space.
ENTER THE WWDC VORTEX… pic.twitter.com/LmAaVh1h3D
— Ben Brock Johnson (@TheBrockJohnson) June 8, 2015
If you miss out on the live stream, don’t worry; GeekWire will be covering all the big announcements throughout the event.