Apple will be live-streaming its upcoming WWDC event

What should we expect at Apple’s WWDC event next week? A whole lot actually. In the last month alone, rumors have claimed Apple will introduce an entire platform for your home, new iPad capabilities and even some mysterious hardware. And if you’re unable to attend the event, you can watch the whole keynote unfold through a live stream. Apple on Tuesday said it will stream the opening festivities on June 2, which starts at 10 a.m. PT.

Apple has updated its website to announce that it will be live streaming next week’s WWDC Keynote address for all to watch. As per usual, the event will be available on Macs running Safari 4 or later, iOS Devices running iOS 4.2 or later, Windows machines running Quicktime 7, and via an application on the Apple TV. The event kicks off at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern time on Monday, June 2nd. Apple says that it has “exciting announcements” in store for the event (as it says for all of its events), which is likely to include talk of iOS 8 with Healthbook, a redesigned OS X 10.10, and new hardware products. We’ll be on hand live to bring you the latest news from the conference.

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