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Here’s The Live Video Stream For Apple’s WWDC 2013 Keynote

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It was a bit of a mystery as to whether or not Apple had plans to live stream their WWDC 2013 keynote out to the Internet at large, but consider that one solved: just hours before the announcement itself, the official streaming pages have gone live.

While Darrell Etherington and I are going to be live blogging away at this morning’s Apple keynote, some people just wanna watch everything unfold themselves. It’s okay. We understand. I guess.

Here’s what you’ll need:

So far, Apple is offering two different streams. Both of them require you to embrace an Apple product in one way or another.

  • On The Web: It looks like you’ll need to be running Safari on a Mac (“Safari 4 or later on Mac OS X v10.6 or later”) or on iOS for this one to work, but give it a shot in other browsers come 10 a.m. and let us know in the comments how it works.
  • AppleTV: Right around the crack of dawn this morning, an “Apple Events” channel popped up on AppleTV devices. If you’ve got Apple’s lil’ media box plugged into your TV, you should be able to find it right on the homescreen.

Not on a Mac? Stuck at a job where taking an hour-long break to watch Apple unveil stuff is frowned upon? Here’s our liveblog!

The keynote is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Pacific.