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Apple will live-stream its WWDC keynote on June 8


Good news, Apple fans! The Cupertino company has confirmed that you’ll be able to watch its entire WWDC keynote live on June 8, where we expect to get our first glimpse at iOS 9, the future of OS X and Apple Watch, and lots more.

Apple has updated its Apple TV events channel to confirm that the stream will be available through its set-top box next week, starting at 10 a.m. Pacific/1 p.m. Eastern. The stream should also be available in Safari on Macs and iOS devices.

Apple confirms nothing for WWDC ahead of time, so we can’t be completely sure what its keynote will bring. But based on previous events, we can expect to see our first previews of iOS 9 and the next upgrade to OS X — as well as updates to the Apple Watch’s Watch OS software.

Apple is also expected to announce its new music streaming service at the event and updates to the Apple TV, though a recent report claimed its much-anticipated internet TV service will not be ready in time.

Don’t worry if you won’t be around to watch WWDC as it happens, because TechnoBuffalo will be attending the event and we’ll bring you all the news as soon as it breaks. You’ll also be able to catch up with many of Apple’s developer sessions through its Dev Center after the event.


Killian Bell

Killian Bell is a 20-something technology journalist based in a tiny town in England. He has an obsession with that little company in Cupertino...