Skip to main content

Guide to Follow and Watch WWDC 2013 Online

Guide to Follow and Watch WWDC 2013 Online

June 10, 2013 at 09:24AM

We’ve been covering WWDC events for over four years now, but can safely say that WWDC 2013 will be highly significant for the future of iOS than it has ever been before. Apple has been consistently losing the market share to Android, for more reasons than just pricing. Less than 7 months after entrusting with the future of iOS design, Jony Ive will be unveiling the iOS 7 at Moscone West in San Fransisco later today.

Unlike previous years, we don’t know much about what Apple & Tim Cook will be announcing at WWDC 2013 keynote today, which starts at 10am PT. Renowned Apple blogger, John Gruber thinks this is because of Time Cook’s promise of doubling down on secrecy of the products. For now, the new flatter design for iOS 7 is almost certain and possibly a new version of OS X might be announced as well. Other expectations include new Macbooks and better iCloud.


If you are keen to get hold of the happenings at WWDC 2013, below are some live blogging links, which promises minute by minute updates of the keynote, which starts at 10am sharp. Click here to know the start time in your timezone.

WWDC 2013 – Live Blogging Links

1. Engadget

2. CNET Live

3. MacRumors Live

4. Ars Technica

5. The Verge

6. 9to5 Mac

7. The Next Web

8. Slashgear

9. Gizmodo

10. MacStories

Watch WWDC 2013 Live Streaming Online (#hope)

We need to get this one thing right. Apple has never live streamed their WWDC keynotes before and saying that the chances are bleak this time around will be an understatement. Yes they have live streamed couple of their other launch events in the past, but not the WWDC. The thing is WWDC is a developer event and those developers have PAID to attend it. So Apple might not like to spoil the exclusivity associated with WWDC. But we can still hope though. You can keep a tab on these links.

1. Watch WWDC 2013 online – If not anything, be sure to find the recorded video of the keynote over here.

2. Watch WWDC 2013 live streaming on Twit Live TV

Over the last couple of years we have seen some daring developers who tried to live stream WWDC keynote but ended up getting caught by the Apple police and eventually got evicted. Let us see if we manage to find similar souls this time as well. Be sure to check this page for updates just before the event starts on June 10th.

© Raju PP for Technology Personalized, 2013. This Feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this material in your news aggregator, the site you are looking at is guilty of copyright infringement. Please contact us, so we can take legal action immediately. If you are on Twitter you can follow me @rajupp! | Permalink |

The post Guide to Follow and Watch WWDC 2013 Online appeared first on Technology Personalized.


Related Stories

from Technology Personalized


Popular posts from this blog

Ten Apps you Must Download when you Buy A New Android Smartphone

Ten Apps you Must Download when you Buy A New Android Smartphone

May 14, 2013 at 11:21PM You have spent loads of time researching which is the best Android smartphone that fits your budget, spoken to people in the know about gadgets and have saved accordingly. After contemplating a fair bit if this is the right time to pick a device and there is no other device you would rather have, you take a plunge into the astonishing world of Android and pick that shiny new Android device. Right now it is sitting proudly in your hands as you admire every curve, every pixel, visible or not of your new Android smartphone.It is the time to load your Android smartphone, to make it truly yours, a device that would be with you through your thick and thin. Time to install those applications which will complete your world, if not complete, at least make your world a lot more organized and a lot more fun. So which apps do you start off with?Like the famous Nokia commercial goes, you have our back. Here …

How to Password Protect & Encrypt Files [Mac/Windows]

How to Password Protect & Encrypt Files [Mac/Windows]

May 16, 2013 at 06:33PM Nowadays, the computer has a very important place in everybody’s life, as a personal gadget used for a lot of different things. Everything is digital and it is stored on a computer’s hard-disk or on a cloud system, offering you easier access to your favorite data.Computers have become the place where you hold pictures, documents, favorite music and everything else in the same place. While storing may include regular data, random and even useless information, people may also keep important stuff, such as wedding photos, work documents, projects and others.Have you ever thought about protecting critical data with a password? Taking into consideration that all information could be vulnerable to hackers or to unauthorized persons, this is a rather obvious procedure. Another reason to encrypt data can appear in case somebody else also uses that computer and you don’t want them to have access to private pict…

Who Needs To Pirate Software With A Free Software List Like This!

Who Needs To Pirate Software With A Free Software List Like This!

May 03, 2013 at 05:30AM I found this interesting list at this random forum on Internet and I found it worth sharing. It is indeed a huge list of free available software that you can use instead of buying or pirating the expensive ones. The list goes as following:3D Graphics:3Delight Free –
Anim8or –
Aqsis –
Blender –
Houdini (Free Edition) –
Now3D –
OpenFX –
POV-Ray –
Terragen –
Toxic –
Wings 3D – –
AntiVir –
Avast – http://www.…