Your guide to following the action at Apple WWDC 2016

DevToolsGuy / Monday, June 13, 2016

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is set to kick off on June 13 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and run until the 17th. If you weren’t able to make it out to San Francisco for this year’s WWDC conference, don’t worry— we’ve got you covered!

Apple themselves have made the conference more accessible than ever via live streaming of daily sessions on their website as well as the WWDC app for iOS and tvOS, available for download from the App Store. You can also stay tuned with Twit for coverage via live-streaming and blogging throughout the weeklong conference.

If video doesn’t work for you, Reddit and Twitter are the places to be to keep up with the action. Reddit will be maintaining a live mega-thread throughout the week, and you can follow the below Twitter hashtags to see what others are saying about the conference:

Plenty of news outlets will also be providing up to the minute resources throughout WWDC, including The Telegraph,  The Verge, and CNET. With all these resources available, you’ll be just as up to date as the attendees at Moscone West!

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