WWDC 2013 Live-Stream App Released for “Black Box” Owners

Apple TV users will be able to access a live stream of today’s keynote address

It appears you won’t have to wait much longer to catch the WWDC 2013 keynote address, as long as you own an Apple TV, that is.

Apple has pushed out a dedicated WWDC app for users of its puck-sized set-top box with the sole purpose of streaming today’s keynote address to their big screens.

Apple has done this in the past, so it’s not exactly the biggest of surprises. Here’s to hoping they’ll offer the live-stream for OS X and iOS devices too.

As the picture above shows, when you install the WWDC MMXVIII app on your Apple TV, the description states, “WWDC 2013 Keynote – Live. Tune in at 10:00 a.m. (Pacific) on June 10 to watch this event live.”

The feed will be available in HD, and the app is free for everyone who owns a modern Apple TV device (2nd-generation and newer).

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