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How to Watch the WWDC iOS 7 Announcement Live

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Apple’s WWDC 2013 keynote starts at 10 AM Pacific today at the Moscone Center in San Francisco where Tim Cook, Jony Ive and others will show off iOS 7, new iPhone features, a new look for the iPhone and iPad and very likely show off OS X 10.9 and new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models.

There’s almost no chance of an iPhone 5S or iPad 5 at the software focused event, but it’s still worth watching the WWDC 2013 keynote live to see what Apple has in store for your iPhone and iPad later this year.

Apple is no longer keeping events under wraps, but is pulling out all the stops to live stream the iOS 7 announcement and the rest of the WWDC 2013 keynote.

Watch the IOS 7 announcement live a part of the WWDC 2013 Keynote.

Watch the IOS 7 announcement live a part of the WWDC 2013 Keynote.

Apple announced this morning that the WWDC 2013 Keynote will live stream to anyone who wants to watch, not just registered Apple Developers as the event happens.

Read: WWDC 2013: What to Expect and Not to Expect

If the rumors and leaks are right, Apple is out to show off a completely new look for iOS 7, one that could also change the way we use the iPhone and iPad. We don’t expect a full iOS 7 release today, but this will offer a sneak peek of what the iPhone and iPad can and will do later this year.

Watch the iOS 7 WWDC 2013 Event Live in Video

Apple will live stream the iOS 7 announcement and WWDC 2013 Keynote on Apple.com and on the Apple TV, making it possible for users to tune watch the full 2-hour event live.

Watch the iOS 7 Announcement live on the Apple TV.

Watch the iOS 7 Announcement live on the Apple TV.

If you have an Apple TV, there is a new app this morning called Apple Events with the WWDC 2013 logo on it. Users can open the app to watch the iOS 7 announcement live on their big screen.

For users who aren’t near an Apple TV, Apple will also live stream the WWDC 2013 Keynote online. The Apple events page shows an Apple Special Event for June 10, 2013, and like the new iPhone announcement last fall, Apple is offering access on the Internet and on Apple mobile devices.

Apple is streaming the iOS 7 announcement and WWDC 2013 keynote to Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.

Apple is streaming the iOS 7 announcement and WWDC 2013 keynote to Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.

In order to watch the iOS 7 announcement online you will need an Apple computer running Safari or an iOS 4.2 or higher Apple device. The iOS 7 event will live stream to the iPhone, iPad, iPad mini and iPod touch. There is no official stream for Windows users or Android users.

WWDC 2013 Keynote Times

  • 08:00AM – Hawaii
  • 10:00AM – Pacific
  • 11:00AM – Mountain
  • 12:00PM – Central
  • 01:00PM – Eastern
  • 02:00PM – São Paulo
  • 06:00PM – London
  • 07:00PM – Paris
  • 09:00PM – Moscow
  • 02:00AM – Tokyo (6/11)
  • 03:00AM – Australia (6/11)
  • 05:00AM – New Zealand (6/11)

If you don’t have an Apple device, there are alternate sources where the video may stream to other devices. The video feed below is one of the most likely sources for a live video of the WWDC 2013 keynote.

Follow iOS 7 & WWDC 2013 Live Blogs

If you can’t watch live, you can still follow along as the news happens thanks to a number of live blogs. These sources offer play-by-play analysis of the WWDC 2013 keynote.

TWit will cover the iOS 7 announcement in video, embedded below, and will also loop in any important E3 news that happens during the event.

For up to the second live blogging, check out Ars Technica.

Gotta Be Mobile will be breaking down the iOS 7 and WWDC 2013 announcements as they happen, adding commentary and sharing the news that matters to iPhone and iPad owners including what, if anything it tells us about the new direction of Apple’s mobile lineup.

Josh Smith is Editor of GottaBeMobile and Notebooks.com. He's always looking for ways to help you get the most of your gear and loves to talk about tech on radio and TV. Josh uses an iOS and Android devices as well as Mac and Windows Computers. Josh Smith on Google+ Email: [email protected]

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