Here is how to live stream Apple WWDC 2017 that starts today

By Muneeb Ahmad on
June 5, 2017
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The second most anticipated event by Apple after the iPhone launch is going live today. Commonly known as the Worldwide Developer’s Conference 2017, the event is expected to pack a number of announcements and releases, and hence is greatly awaited by techies, developers and Apple enthusiasts from across the globe.

The event that is scheduled right for 10 PM (PST) will happen at San Jose Convention Center. We are expecting to get an air of many new Apple’s releases including iOS 11 update, a new MacBook Pro and an iPad Pro too. Apple is also going to pitch its competitor against Google Home and Amazon Echo, a Siri Speaker.

Live Stream using the Link:

This year, Apple is going to live stream the event. The whole keynote can be streamed through this site, provided your device is compatible to HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) technology. This makes the streaming possible to most of the Apple devices that are existent today.

You will be able to live stream the event on the following devices

  • An iPad, iPhone or iPod touch on iOS 7.0 or later
  • A Mac Computer running OS X 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion) or later, with Safari 6.0.5 or later
  • You can also live stream the event on Microsoft Edge browser on a PC running Windows 10

Use Apple Tv:

If you somehow happen to own an Apple TV, you would be able to live stream the event through Apple Events application. The application will have to be downloaded on newer Apple TVs running 4th generation. The 2nd or 3rd generation one can also be used provided it is running 6.2 or later versions of operating system. On these TVs, the users will simply have to open the Apple Events channel before the event kicks off.

As far as the time of the event is concerned, the event is scheduled to take place at 10 AM Pacific Daylight Time (PDT). In Pakistan, the event will begin at 10 PM tonight.

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