It’s once again that time of year, with Apple set to host their World Wide Developer Conference 2015 just a few hours from now, we are set to see the latest announcements from Apple very soon.

Unfortunately most people can’t be in the Moscone Center in San Francisco to see the keynote in person, however those people can still watch the event live right from their Apple device.

To watch you need a Mac, iPhone, iPad or Apple TV, but if you have one of those you are okay to watch the live stream via Safari, or directly in the case of the Apple TV.

All you need to do is head on over to apple.com/live in your browser. Apple TV users will be able to stream if they have a second or third generation box with software 6.2 or later to stream the event live. Safari will need to be 6.0.5 or newer, OS X will need to be 10.8.5 or newer and iOS will need to be version 6.0 or newer.

The event will start at 6PM BST, or 10AM PT.

We will also be posting articles about the most important announcements too, so make sure to head back to TechNutty every few minutes.

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