Sometimes Apple will live stream their Worldwide Developer Conference each year they host it, and this year will be no different as the company will be live streaming the conference from San Francisco next week.

This news comes after the company first announced the conference back in April, and is where they will likely either unveil a new operating system or update a current one (be it for iOS 8 or OS X Mavericks), and might even announce a few products.

We expect that their will be a couple of refresh announcements to both iOS and OS X, however with no current rumours, it’s probably unlikely that they will release a totally new version. In terms of product announcements, the company is most likely to announce the iPhone 6 during the event, and quite possibly some updates to their various Mac products, it’s more possible that they might leave the iPad for another special event.

in terms of this keynote, Apple will live stream the “Special Event” on June 2nd at 10AM PST, and is likely to follow the same restrictions as previous live streams, and will likely only be available on Mac OS X v10.6 or later on Safari 4 or later, iOS 4.2 on Safari, or via QuickTime 7 or later on Windows.

It’s also likely that the Apple TV will allow users to watch the event.

Source: Apple

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