Apple has announced that it will be live streaming its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2015 on June 8 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern Time.
Apple’s Events app on the Apple TV has subsequently been updated and shows the WWDC 15 logo and the title shows the Keynote will be streamed from Moscone Center, San Francisco.
Apple has since updated its site with the same information. It’s expected that the keynote will stream via its website on both Macs and iOS devices, as long as the Safari browser is being used.
WWDC is Apple’s annual, week-long event for developers. It includes workshops and more – but the highlight for users is always the opening keynote. Apple are expected to announce iOS 9, OS X 10.11, Apple Music and a new Apple TV hardware during the presentation.
Apple TV Channel shows WWDC Keynote will stream live on June 8 http://t.co/BqBaunCjTA
— TapSmart (@TapSmart) June 2, 2015