As with last year, Apple has revealed that its WWDC 2014 keynote will be live-streamed for interested non-attending parties. The information comes from Apple itself, and as you might expect, the stream is limited to the company’s device users.
The live stream will start on June 2nd at 10AM PDT. In order to watch it, viewers will need to be using OS X 10.6 or later running at least Safari 4, while iOS users will need to be on 4.2 or later. Those wanting to watch on an Apple TV must have a second or third generation device running at least 5.0.2.
Earlier today, preparations for WWDC kicked off, and with it was revealed the tagline “Write the code. Change the world.” This joins the ample teasing Apple has already rolled out, as well as a slew of other recent news about the company’s efforts.
Check out the timeline below for more information about Apple’s upcoming developers conference, then head on over to our SlashGear Apple Hub for more news and reviews on the company and its products in general.