• Apple will live stream its WWDC 2016 keynote on June 13 at 10AM PT

    Apple has updated the WWDC app in the Apple iOS Store and has also launched a tvOS version of the WWDC app last week. Now, Apple has added a new page to its WWDC website which confirms that the live stream will open WWDC week with a keynote event on June 13 at 10AM PT/1PM ET.

    The live stream will be available to stream across iPhone, iPad and Mac via Apple's WWDC website. Second and third-gen Apple TV users can also stream the event through the Events Channel and this will be added within a few days, fourth-gen users can obviously use the WWDC event app which has been released most recently.

    Apple updated the WWDC iOS app with a dark theme, which many have speculated could mean that iOS 10 will incorporate a system-wide dark theme. Furthermore, Apple made the WWDC app compatible with the Apple TV for the first time with last week’s update.

    Apple’s WWDC keynote will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Typically, Apple holds all events at Moscone West, but this year all first day festivities are being held at Bill Graham. The rest of the week, aside from the WWDC Bash, will be held at Moscone West. WWDC will give us a first look at iOS 10, which is said to include a redesigned Apple Music, as well as macOS 10.12 with Siri support. Apple is also expected to unveil a Siri SDK at WWDC.

    ModMyi will also hold a Telegram conversation and a website discussion article on WWDC 2016, we will not be posting a LIVE BLOG for this WWDC. Stay tuned for more information.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple will live stream its WWDC 2016 keynote on June 13 at 10AM PT started by Caiden Spencer View original post
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