No one really knows how Apple chooses which of the keynotes they’ll be streaming live and which not. I still remember tuning into the live blogging articles on various tech blogs for iPhone 5S and iPad Air launches. 6 months later, Apple announced that they’ll be broadcasting the WWDC 2014 keynote live for everyone. You can find the announcement on their website with the image above and a prompt on some “exciting announcements”.
As usual, the event can be streamed from Apple.com on any iOS device running iOS 4.2 or up, Macs with OS X 10.6 and above, and on Windows PCs with Quicktime installed. Also via a temporary “Apple Events” channel on Apple TV 2nd and 3rd gen. running 5.0.2 or newer, just like last year’s WWDC.
At this WWDC, we’re expecting the iOS 8 with the rumored Healthbook app, a redesigned OS X 10.10 and the refreshed Macbook Air and cheaper iMacs. Though not very compelling, some rumors of the next Apple TV announcement (not launch) has also been humming around. Read on: What does WWDC 2014 have in store for Apple TV?