There are going to be a number of pre-E3 events going on today as Microsoft, EA Games, Ubisoft and Sony are scheduled to take their respective stages to discuss the next generation of gaming, but Apple is also kicking off WWDC today with their own press conference later today. Apple doesn’t usually live stream its events, but for today’s presentation which looks to be discussing iOS 7 among other things, the company will be making a live stream available, but not to anyone and everyone.

Apple in the past has made a select number of its keynotes available for live stream only viewable through Apple products, and the WWDC 2013 keynote is no different as you’ll need to be running at least Safari 4 running on OS X 10.6, Safari on iOS 4.2 or Apple TV in order to watch the keynote live stream. All others will just have to scramble to find a liveblog of the event or turn to Twitter since much of what Apple announces easily spreads on social networks once they’re announced.

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