In just a few days Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference is going to kick off in San Francisco. The conference starts with a keynote from top Apple executives on the first day who are expected to make software related announcements this time around. The company usually doesn’t reveal much in advance and often doesn’t even say if its going to stream the event live or not. Good news though, Apple WWDC 2014 livestream has officially been confirmed.

So anyone who can’t make it to the event in San Francisco can easily catch up on the announcements through the livestream. Its embedded on the events page of Apple’s website and will go live on June 2nd, the first day of WWDC 2014 and also the day Apple makes its announcements.

A recent report claimed that the company might even announce new hardware at the event. Rumored devices include a 4.7-inch iPhone 6, a smartwatch and a revamped Apple TV. Recently we reported about the possibility of the 2014 iMac being unveiled at WWDC 2014. We’ll not know for sure until June 2nd though since Apple hasn’t commented on any of the rumored products and we can’t expect it to.

It is also believed that Apple will announce its anticipated deal with Beats at WWDC 2014. Announcements that are most likely to be made include iOS 8 and OS X 10.10.

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