Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) is kicking off tonight. While the event is being hosted at Moscone Center, San Francisco, you can watch it live from the comfort of your home.
The developers’ conference kicks tonight and will go on till June 12. The event kicks off at 10:30PM IST, and you can watch it live on Apple’s website. The company has updated its Events page advertising the WWDC live stream. As is the case with Apple’s events, you will need a Mac running Safari 4 or later, iOS devices running iOS 4.2 or later, or an Apple TV for the live stream to work. Alternatively, you can also download the WWDC app from the App Store, which contains the event schedule, live stream and links to previous event videos.
Windows and Linux users can use the VLC media player to watch the event. While there is no guarantee if it will work, to get the live stream, go to Media > Open Network Stream, and you will be required to post the streaming link. The link will become available as the event goes live.
At this year’s conference, Apple is expected to debut its oft-rumored music streaming service after having bought Beats last year, a revamped iTunes Radio, and new features for Apple Pay and HomeKit. Additionally, the company is also expected to give a glimpse at iOS 9 and OS X 11. You can get a low-down of what is expected from Apple’s event tonight, here.