Apple will be streaming its World Wide Developer Conference Keynote event Monday morning via Apple TV. The Mac, iPhone and iPad maker quietly added a new channel to Apple TV this morning ahead of the presentation, and also added a link to watch through the Apple Events page on the company's website.
Apple to stream WWDC 2013 keynote presentation through Apple TV
Apple will be previewing iOS 7 and OS X 10.9, and is rumored to be introducing a new streaming radio service as well as possibly updating hardware such as the MacBook Air and Mac Pro.
WWDC is Apple's annual conference for Mac, iPhone and iPad developers. The event runs from June 10 through June 14 at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco and includes sessions on coding for OS X and iOS, meetings with Apple's own engineers, and more.
The Developer Conference keynote is set to start at 10AM pacific time, or 1PM eastern time, today.
The Mac Observer is at WWDC once again and will be providing our usual live coverage on location. Even if you watch the keynote live stream be sure to follow along at TMO to make sure you don't miss anything.