Apple (AAPL) announced on their events page that they will live stream the WWDC keynote. If you didn’t get a chance to get the tickets to the developers conference or you are far away, then all you have to do is to tune in at 10 AM PDT on June 2, because Apple wants to make sure you don’t miss anything.
To watch the live keynote, you have to do what Apple wants you to do. You will need Safari browser to view from the web or mobile device, Quicktime 7 for Windows users, and also you can use the Apple TV streaming box to watch the live keynote on the big screen.
WWDC is the most awaited event for every Apple fan around the world. We are expecting Apple to release a new version of the iOS i.e. iOS 8, a new version of OSX Maverick, and also a new laptop line at the WWDC . But if you are more of a iPhone-person, then don’t worry because Apple is likely to release the iPhone 6 at the mega event as well. iPhone 6 is said to bigger, stronger, and better. Featuring a 4.7 inch display, it will be only 6 millimeters thick and running on Apple’s new A8 processor.
Also Apple is planning to introduce a Smart Home program, which will be connected with the iPhone. The Cupertino giant is most likely to introduce a smartwatch at WWDC 14 as well. Tim Cook recently told Wall Street Journal that:
“You want to take the time to get it right. Our objective has never been to be first. It’s to be the best. To do things really well, it takes time. You can see a lot of products that have been brought to market where the thinking isn’t really deep and, as a consequence, these things don’t do very well. We don’t do very many things so we spend a lot of time on every detail and that part of Apple isn’t changing. It’s the way we’ve operated for years and it’s the way we still operate. I feel great about what we’ve got coming. Really great and it’s closer than it’s ever been.”
Apple never want to be the first one, they want to be the best. There were smartphones before the first Apple iPhone, but back then, iPhone was known as the ‘best’ smartphone. Apple is filling ‘iWatch’ trademarks around the world, and Tim said that they are closer than ever. It seems that Apple is ready to introduce their best at the WWDC 14.