Apple will offer live video stream of WWDC keynote

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As first reported by MacRumors, Apple will live-stream Monday’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote.

Apple’s WWDC keynote kicks off at 10 a.m. PT Monday (1 p.m. ET), and of course Macworld will provide live coverage for those unable to watch Apple’s video stream, or those who prefer their Apple excitement in text-and-photo form. The live stream will be available via Apple TV and on; the Web-based stream will work not just on your computer, but on iOS devices as well. (Apple did the same thing with last year’s iPad mini event.)

Apple has previously announced that it will reveal the next versions of iOS and OS X during today's event. And with the keynote just hours away as of this writing, we’ll know soon enough precisely what Apple plans to include in the new system versions—along with any other surprises on deck. While you’re waiting for the keynote to get underway, you can read our predictions for the event, and revisit Apple’s ten most significant keynotes of all time.

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