Watch Apple's Live Video Stream of the WWDC 2013 Keynote

Today begins Apple's 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco and is the much-anticipated day we'll hear new announcements from Apple during its keynote address, beginning 10 a.m. Pacific time.

Apple has confirmed it will be live streaming the address. And in Apple's usual fashion, you'll need at least one of the company's products to watch it. To watch on the web, you'll need Safari 4 or later and a Mac OS X v10.6 or later. Here's the link to tune in:

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You also can watch it on AppleTV. So if you're the lucky owner of the streaming device, you can watch the keynote on the "Apple Events" channel, which appeared earlier this morning. 

For those of you without access to a Mac or AppleTV, we've got you covered! Follow us on Twitter as we live tweet the event from @iPhoneLife and @daverbach (our CEO David Averbach).

We're anticipating announcements regarding the new iOS 7 software as well as the new version of the Mac operating system, 10.9. In addition, numerous reports have said Apple will be introducing a new streaming music service, dubbed iRadio by the media. Apple is also expected to announce new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models, as well as possibly a new iMac and Mac Pro models. Since Apple often doesn't live-stream its WWDC keynote, we’re beginning to think the tech giant might have some big surprises in store for us. We'll be reporting on the major announcements later today. 




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Donna Cleveland is the editor in chief of iPhone Life magazine. After a stint as a newspaper reporter, she became web editor at iPhone Life, where she continues to pair her penchant for storytelling with her love of Apple products. Donna holds a masters degree from the University of Iowa School of Journalism & Mass Communication. She also co-hosts the feminist podcast Women & Radio.