WWDC 2013 keynote to be streamed live on the Apple TV! [Update: Online too!]

Looking for a live stream of todays WWDC 2013 keynote? Fire up your Apple TV and take a look, as you should be seeing the return of the Apple Events channel, complete with a note for live coverage later on today! The Apple Events channel was last seen on the Apple TV late last year for the iPad mini event, and while you're waiting you can still watch back past events.

Of course, the iMore team will still be providing you with full, up to the minute coverage of everything coming out of WWDC, but if you've got an Apple TV it probably won't hurt to hit up the live video feed as well. No word at this stage whether it will be limited to just the Apple TV, but we'll update if we hear anymore.

Update: Apple has confirmed that the event will be streamed online too. You'll need Safari 4 or later on OS X 10.6 and above, or be running iOS 4.2 and up.

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WWDC 2013 keynote to be streamed live on the Apple TV! [Update: Online too!]


Perfect for most of us that will be at work and our apple tvs at home. Why not stream to the iPhone and iPad again.

If you go on Apple's website, they have a link to the live stream. So yes, everyone with Safari on a Mac can watch the live stream.

The quality of the clips that Apple is showing is quite good. Let's hope the rest of the live stream is just as good.

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Just realized couldn't access the livestream on my Windows machine!!! Accessing it on Safari browser on my iPhone 5! :)