How to watch the 2015 WWDC Keynote on your iPad

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This morning Apple announced via their events page that they will be live-streaming their 2015 World Wide Developer Conference Keynote next week.  This isn’t a big surprise, as they have been offering a live-stream of their Keynote announcements and conferences for some time now.  Hopefully they will have better luck than they did last year during the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch announcement, where a Chinese interpreter translating over the main audio stream was one of the most memorable takeaways from the special event.

In addition to the being live-streamed over Safari, there will also be a dedicated Apple Events Channel offered for those of you with an Apple TV.  The event goes live at 1 PM EST.

To watch the WWDC live you need to meet or exceed the following requirements

  • Safari 6.0.5 or later on OS X v10.8.5 or later
  • Safari on iOS 6.0 or later
  • Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 6.2 or later


If you’re stuck at work on a Windows computer, or that just happens to be your PC of choice–you, too, can still follow the announcements via the live-stream using a free video player like VLC.

  • Simply launch the App and open a Network Stream.
  • Enter the Apple TV video stream link
  • Start the stream when it goes live.



Son of the Windy City, and proud Father to two awesome boys. Rob is a displaced Chicago Bears fan living in the Orlando Florida area. When not obsessing about everything Apple, he can usually be found outside boating across Florida's natural resources and taking the road less traveled.

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