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Apple’s keynote at WWDC, its annual developers’ conference, is one of tech’s most hotly anticipated events. It makes sense therefore that a tech-savvy reader such as yourself might want to watch it. Well, we’ve got some good news and bad news on that front.
The good news is that you totally can. The Cupertino-based tech giant will be livestreaming the event, which kicks off in a few hours time. The bad news, unless you’re a devoted iFan, is that you’ll need to either be running an iOS/OS X device or own an Apple TV. Yup, anyone running Linux, Chrome OS or (heavens forbid) Windows won’t be able to see Tim Cook stride out onto stage.
Anyway, here’s how devoted Apple fans can get their keynote fix:
On the Web: If you want to watch the keynote online, you’ll need to be running “Safari 4 or later on Mac OS X v10.6 or later” or iOS. If your internet connection is a little dodgy, you might also battle given that Apple tends to broadcast its keynotes in HD.
On the other hand, if you own an Apple TV, you might have noticed the appearance of an “Apple Events” channel this morning. Tune into that channel and you should be able to get rolling fairly easily.
If however, you live an Apple-less existence then you’ll have to make do with watching our sister site Gearburn’s live blog.