An “Apple Events” channel has shown up on users’ Apple TV main menus today, revealing the company’s plans to allow Apple TV users to view a live stream of today’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote.
The temporary channel and a link on the main page of Apple’s website both indicate that today’s event, which will begin at 1 p.m. Eastern, 10 a.m. Pacific, will be available to stream online.
The major announcements for today’s keynote are expected to include iOS 7, the next generation of Apple’s mobile operating system for their popular iPhone and iPad devices, and also OS X 10.9, the next major release of the company’s operating system for it’s lineup of Mac computers.
Also expected to announced today will be a refresh of the company’s MacBook Air lineup. The notebooks are expected to receive Intel’s new Haswell processors.
This is not the first time the Apple Events channel has popped up on the Apple TV, as it previously appeared in October of 2012, just in time for the iPad mini event.
Apple’s WWDC 2013 keynote will kick-off live at 1PM Eastern, 10AM Pacific at Moscone West in San Francisco, CA. MacTrast will be providing coverage, so be sure to check back then.
For a peek at what we think can be expected from today’s keynote, be sure to check out MacTrast’s: “What to Expect from Apple’s WWDC 2013 Keynote: The Complete Roundup.” [DIRECT LINK]
Update: Full video of today’s WWDC keynote is now available for streaming. We’ll post links to the iTunes podcast as soon as it is updated as well!