WWDC Livestream: Be the first to know about Apple’s updates

Christmas is coming for Apple fans. Next Monday, June 2nd, Apple kicks off its WWDC conference. And that means lots of exciting new surprises.

As one of the world’s most secretive tech companies, Apple has guarded details about its forthcoming products obsessively. Although speculation about the iWatch and smart home systems is rife, no concrete information has been made available to the press whatsoever. But all that is about to change.

WWDC keynote livestream

Will Apple unveil an iPhone 6, its first smart home system, a Macbook with a retina display or perhaps even the much-anticipated iWatch? „We can’t tell you everything yet,“ says the WWDC website. But the answers are coming.

Apple has already said that „exciting announcements“ are to be expected. If you’re already weak at the knees at the thought of an iWatch (as we are), make sure to tune into the livestream of the WWDC’s keynote on Monday, June 2nd at 18:00 CET (19:00 if you’re watching from Germany). Tune into the livestream

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You’ll need to be an dedicated and up-to-date Apple-head to tune in, as the livestream requires Safari or Apple TV:

Live streaming video requires Safari 4 or later on OS X v10.6 or later; Safari on iOS 4.2 or later. Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 5.0.2 or later

Feature image: CUPERTINO, CA, USA – SEPTEMBER 4, 2011: Apple Campus One Infinite Loop sign at Apple Inc Headquarters. via Shutterstock / copyright: Joe Ravi

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