Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference officially kicks off on Monday in San Jose, California. For Australians, that works out to the wee hours of Tuesday morning.
If you’re a hardcore Apple fan (or you’re just interested in the software announcements), you can catch a lot of the action online.
The keynote, which starts at 3:00am AEST on March 4 is likely the one event that everyone will be talking about from the conference. The WWDC keynote is always a long one, so be prepared strap in for at least two hours if you do decide to watch this one.
The easiest way to catch the show is to go to Apple’s Events page. There you can stream the full keynote using Safari, Chrome, or Firefox.
If you have an Apple TV, you’ll also be able to stream the keynote from the Events app. The official WWDC app for iOS devices will also allow you to live stream the keynote.
As for what to expect, WWDC is for developers so the majority of the announcements will likely be software related. That doesn’t mean we won’t see any new hardware, but if we do it likely won’t be anything like a new iPhone. You can check out some of the likely announcements below.
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