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Where to watch Apple’s WWDC 2013 keynote

Once a year Apple unveils to the world a host of new changes to its operating systems and products during its Worldwide Developers Conference, and now the company is letting you follow along in real-time.

The WWDC keynote starts at 10 a.m. Pacific in San Francisco today. But even if you’re not here, you can watch it online.

If you’re an Apple TV owner, the device now features a channel where you can watch the event live. (To watch, all you have to do is access the “Events” channel.)

No Apple TV? No problem. Apple is also providing a live stream of WWDC via the events section of its website. Unfortunately, you’ll need a Mac or iOS device to see it. Last year, I actually found the website’s stream far more reliable than my Apple TV’s feed. (Yes, I had both of them running — with Apple TV on mute.).

You can also follow along the WWDC live blog right here on VentureBeat, for the latest news, photos, and on-the-scene analysis.

Photo: Heather Kelly/VentureBeat

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