It’s a yearly cycle and we are back to that time of year for Apple to tells more about iOS 9 and OS X 11, their next Operating systems for the iPhone and the MAC PC. The Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) will kick off next week Monday June 8, starting at 5:00 p.m GMT (10 a.m. PST).
How to Watch
As usual, the apple.com/live site states that the official stream is limited to Macs, iPhone, iPads, and Apple TVs. Apple TV users need to update to version 6.2 or later in order to Watch. Mac and other idevices will watch the live stream on Safari, but you will need Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later.
There is also a WWDC app that you can watch use to watch streaming video sessions. The WWDC app also works on the Apple Watch, making it easier to access conference information right from your wrist.
What to Expect
We don’t have much details on what will be announced at the show, but Apple says it will be a “special event.” It’s been said that OS X 11 and iOS 9 will start to look-alike more than the previous versions and offer a wide range of features. According to rumors, Apple will reveal a revamped Beats Music streaming service and a new streaming TV service. There’s also a chance Apple could unveil additional development kits, and who knows if we’ll get a chance to see the new hardware plus more.You can download the WWDC 2015 app from the App Store here, plus the live stream in source link below.