Apple is livestreaming the future of the iPhone, Mac and every other product it makes.
The company is holding WWDC, its annual conference for developers, this week. It begins with the major keynote, during which it will reveal updates to the operating systems that power the iPhone, Mac, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV.
That keynote will be streamed live over the internet – to people whose computers satisfy Apple’s requirements.
It could use the announcement to show off new products, too. But the event has been far more mysterious than normal – for reasons that still remain unclear.
All of that suspense will come to an end when Tim Cook takes to the stage in San Jose to reveal what the company has been working on. The event will begin at 10am local time, or 6pm in the UK.
Apple’s live coverage will begin at the same time, on its devoted website. That can be found here.
On the same page, you can add the event to your calendar to ensure that you’re alerted when it kicks off.
It is important to note that Apple requires people to have the right kit to ensure that the live stream works properly. In practise, that means using an up-to-date Apple product, a PC with Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge, or an Apple TV.
“This stream is best experienced on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch using Safari on iOS 10 or later; a Mac using Safari on macOS Sierra 10.12 or later; or a PC using Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge,” it writes on its page. “Streaming to Apple TV via AirPlay requires an Apple TV (2nd generation or later) with the latest Apple TV software or tvOS. Other platforms may also be able to access the stream using recent versions of Chrome or Firefox (MSE, H.264, and AAC required).”
Owners of the Apple TV do not need to navigate to that website to watch the event. Instead, an “Apple Events” app should already have arrived on the home screen – opening that before the event should allow the live stream to begin.
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