How to watch Apple’s June 8 WWDC 15 keynote on Windows, OS X and iOS

Apple’s WWDC 15 event live stream begins on June 8, at 1 PM ETS / 10 AM PST, here is how to watch the live stream event on Windows, Mac OS X, and iOS.

Apple WWDC 15 event

On Monday, June 8th, 2015, Apple will once again hold its annual WWDC conference. The event will take place in San Francisco with the keynote speech scheduled to start at 10 AM PST / 6 PM BST / 1 PM EST.

The WWDC 15 conference will focus on new updates for software and services from Apple, something that software developers are eager to hear, however we are not expected to hear any new hardware announcements.

During the event, as usual, we are expecting Apple to reveal new updates for iOS 9 and OS X 10.11, in addition to latest status on the Apple Watch.

There are always many rumors around the Cupertino company. One of the rumors that stood out is the possibility of Apple announcing a new music streaming service during the event, following their five billion acquisition of Beats last year.

You will be able to watch the live stream keynote using any Apple device running OS X 10.8.5 or later with Safari 6.0.5 or later, or via Apple TV on the second- or third-generation with software 6.2 or later. Here is the link for the live stream.

If you don’t own an Apple device, you can watch WWDC 2015 live stream on Windows or Android using the VLC Media Player.

Stream Apple’s WWDC keynote

  1. Download and install the VLC player, if you don’t have it already. However chances are you already have it installed as it’s one of the best media players out there.

  2. From the menu click Media and select Open Network Stream.

  3. Paste this link on the field:

    http://p.events-delivery.apple.com.edgesuite.net/15pijbnaefvpoijbaefvpihb06/m3u8/atv_mvp.m3u8

You’ll notice an “Unable to open the MRU file…” until the Apple live stream starts.

Now if you have an iPad Air, iPad mini, or any Mac product make sure you have the latest version of Safari.

If all fail, you can also try to watch the event at Twit.tv.

The Cupertino company also has a WWDC app that anyone can download for free from iTunes that will let you watch today’s event, plus previous keynotes, and you get even more information about the events.

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