WWDC kicks off Monday; expect iOS 9 to be showcased in great detail... here's how to "watch"

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Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference — WWDC — kicks off Monday morning. For the past, oh, eight or so years, Apple's used the Monday morning conference keynote to showcase a major new revision to its Mac and iOS operating systems. Last year Tim Cook dedicated a good portion of the presentation to the enterprise. Will he do the same this year? (Five bucks says someone from IBM comes on stage.)

If you are lucky enough to be one of the 5,000 winners of the lottery to choose attendees, well get in line early! But if you are going to stay at work on Monday, you can watch the live stream in (buffered) real time. There are two easy ways to do that:

  1. Visit http://www.apple.com/live from Safari on a Mac or iOS device
  2. Check out the "Apple Events" channel on an Apple TV

If you don't have a spare Apple device at hand, well, you are probably reading the wrong site. But giving you the benefit of the doubt, tech news sites such as 9to5mac.com and ArsTechnica have a high quality transcript with commentary and plenty of photos.

And as we do most every year, we're hosting an Enterprise iOS meetup. Come and dissect the announcements with us on Wednesday night, while enjoying great food and drink courtesy of GroundControl and Tech Data.

See you there!

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