Where to watch Apple’s WWDC 2014 opening keynote live stream


As you all may well know, Apple’s WWDC conference is set to kick off in little under an hour at its usual location in San Francisco. WWDC 2014 officially starts at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern at the Moscone West center. And – for the second year running – Apple is making its opening keynote available to stream live right from the Apple site.

You can view the opening keynote here. As usual, you need Safari 4 or later on OS X 10.6 or later. You can also view it on your iPhone or iPad as long as you’re running iOS 4.2 or later. Or, if you have an Apple TV, you can watch it on the dedicated Apple Events channel. Sadly, no love for Android or Windows users.

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  • Rick Rudge

    Thanks for the hyperlink, Cam. There is so many people wanting to see this, that you usually can’t access these World Wide Development Conference keynotes. It’s usually better to just wait and hear about it from the pros (people like you). :-)

  • Jay Holm

    I’m more interested in where NOT to watch it!

    • TechHog

      On devices that aren’t made by Apple, apparently. What a shitty, arrogant company.

      • That’s what I was ranting about. They truly are arrogant.

  • UMA_Fan

    Fingers crossed they get WiFi calling support

  • Shuang Li

    Just saw wifi calling support on IOS8!

    • wsj

      where did you see or hear that?

      • Aurizen

        it was on the list where he said he doesn’t have time to mention everything.

      • Shuang Li

        at the very end of CONSUMER part of iOS 8, there is a slid of all the new features of IOS8 . wifi calling is on that slide

    • Guest

      They did demo how you can make and pickup phone calls from your mac. I’m wondering how that will work if you don’t have any cell service. — Hopefully it’s part of entire wifi calling support.

      Watch, Verizon and At&T will probably make wifi calling an additional fee

  • Allen Enriquez

    I might just switch to Apple from android after seeing WWDC 2014!