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—we’ll be there!—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.
We’re not really expecting to see Apple’s iPhone 6 so soon, so what is it we can expect? Probably some huge changes coming to OS X, along with new features coming to iOS, including Healthbook, improvements to Maps and other enhancements. There’s the very smallest possibility we could get an early glimpse at the iWatch, but that seems more hopeful than anything.
You’ll be able to stream next week’s WWDC on Macs running OS X v10.6 or later with Safari 4 and up, iOS 4.2 or later; or QuickTime 7 on Windows. In addition, the event will be streamed via Apple TV (second or third-generation with 5.0.2 and up)—basically all of Apple’s gear will be able to beam the party to your eyeballs. If you can’t attend in person, this is definitely the next best thing. Hopefully Apple’s “exciting announcements” won’t disappoint.