Today Apple will announce iOS 8 and a new version of its Mac OS X computer operating system at a keynote address in San Francisco. The company may also reveal its plans for entering the health and fitness tracking market with a wearable device.
Company CEO Tim Cook and colleagues will take to the stage at 6pm UK time and the event - expected to last between 60 and 90 minutes - will be live streamed on the Apple website.
To view the event on a Mac you will need to access Apple’s website using Safari 4 or later and be running OS X version 10.6 or later. For previous live streams Chrome and other browsers have not worked, so Safari will be your best bet.
Similarly, if you are on Windows you will need to use Safari for Windows and also have Quicktime 7 or newer installed. The event might work in Chrome, but, as with on a Mac, you will be best off using Apple’s Safari browser.
The WWDC live stream can also be viewed on your iOS device, as long as it’s running version 4.2 or later. This includes just about every iPhone, iPad and iPod touch since 2010.
Finally, second- or third-generation Apple TVs will show the event from its own home screen tile, so long as you’re running software version 5.0.2 or later.
Be sure to head back to Mobile Choice after the event finishes for all of the iOS 8, Health Book and possibly even iWatch news.