Apple Will Stream The WWDC 2014 Keynote Live On June 2
Apple has announced that it has plans to stream live its Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on June 2 at 10 AM PT (1 PM ET). This is coming as a pretty interesting development since we don’t usually hear from Apple about their events this early in advance and it is also not often that they live stream their events. So we’re expecting this one to be quite interesting.
Apple has been careful not to spill any beans regarding what’s on store for the event but they have stated this already that they are going to be making some really “exciting announcements.” Most of the tech writers are going to be present at the event so brace yourselves as you are going to get a full insight into the event soon. Like with every major event, this one too has some major rumors and most of them suggest that Apple might shed some light on health tracking and home automation platforms.
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