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Apple to stream next week’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference keynote live

wwdc14stream1The Worldwide Developers Conference begins next week with Apple’s CEO Tim Cook expected to deliver the keynote which will be streamed live from San Francisco.

Apple made the decision to beam the opening keynote live to the world live to the world yesterday.

For those who want to stream Tim Cook’s presentation they can click here at about 3am Tuesday morning Sydney AEST – which is 10am EDT Monday in San Francisco.

Traditionally the opening keynote outlines the changes to the operating systems for the iPhone, iPad (iOS) and Mac computers and laptops (OS X Mavericks).

This is obviously to give the thousands of app developers in attendance an insight into the latest enhancements and new features of the latest OS version that can be incorporated into their own apps.

While Apple has not officially announced what it will be discussing at WWDC 14 it is expected to include some product news – one which is heavily rumoured to be an iWatch and some health and wellness apps to run on it.

Apple's page where you can stream next week's opening keynote at the Worldwide Developers Conference

Speculation is also building that Apple will also touch on smart home automation and the role the iPad and iPhone can take in controlling your home wirelessly.

There has also been talk the iPhone 6 could make an appearance. New iPhones were unveiled at WWDC in 2008 (iPhone 3G), 2009 (iPhone 3GS) and 2010 (iPhone 4).

All will be revealed at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference next week and you can watch it all unfold live.

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