This year's Apple Worldwide Developer Conference is scheduled to start in a couple of hours with the keynote which should see the announcement of iOS 7, and Mac OS X 10.9. Apple has been notorious for not streaming its events live, but ever since Tim Cook took the wheel of the company, this hasn't been the case.
Indeed, the company is opting for a wider exposure of its well protected secrets and is going to live stream its keynote today. However, things are a bit tricky if you're not running Mac OS X or iOS. Users of Apple's desktop and mobile operating system will be able to tune in for the show just by going to Apple's Event web page on the company's website (source link below).
The event will also be available live to Apple TV users, who earlier today received a new WWDC channel.
Update: Video stream
Windows users can join in on the action, too, although it's not yet known whether they can watch the event live or on demand after it ends. Either way, you'll have to download QuickTime 7 from Apple's website and head over to the source link below. Make sure to restart your PC after the install completes, as this ensures the QuickTime plugin will work in most of your browsers.
Still, if you are on Windows and are eager to try and hack your way into the live stream, you can install a User Agent Spoofer plugin for your browser of choice. This way, you can try and trick the Apple website into recognizing you as an Apple user. Here's a popular plugin for Firefox and Chrome. Check out the instructions on how to use those plugins from their respective websites.
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You are funny! iOS 7 is nothing like and Android its more like Windows than Android.
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