Apple’s annual developers’ conference WWDC kicks off tonight at 10:30PM IST at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. For those of us who are not at the conference, Apple will be streaming the event live.
As mentioned above, the event will start at 10:30PM IST and you will be able to follow the live stream here. As is with Apple’s events, you will need a Mac running Safari 4 or later, iOS devices running iOS 4.2 or later, Windows PCs running Quicktime 7, or an Apple TV to watch the event.
Apple is expected to unveil iOS 8 as well as the OS X 10.10 at the conference tonight. iOS 8 is expected to introduce a host of new features, chief among which is Healthbook. The OS is also expected to be more polished compared to iOS 7.
The latter is expected to get a few visual changes and is likely to borrow design cues from iOS 7. A banner of OS X 10.10 spotted at the convention center had a mountain in the background, which indicates that the update could be called Yosemite or El Cap, two names which happen to be a part of the list of names trademarked by Apple.