by Joe White
June 10, 2013
Update. Apple has just updated its website adding a streaming page for today's event! While we're unsure whether today's WWDC 2013 keynote will be streamed to desktop computers and iDevices, Apple is, however, planning on making its presentation available to watch on Apple TVs. According to 9to5Mac, over the last few hours a WWDC widget has appeared on Apple TVs around the globe, via which users will be able to watch CEO Tim Cook et al. announce iOS 7, OS X 10.9, and more over the course of the company's presentation. We'll let you know if any information concerning computer or iDevice streaming surfaces online. In the meantime, be sure to check out the following articles before today's keynote commences: London-Based Apple Fans Can Once Again Share A Pint And Discuss Today's Keynote, Ahead Of WWDC, Could This Be iOS 7 Beta?, and Apple's WWDC App Updated Yet Again With Video Playback Bug Fixes On Eve Of Event.