Apple has put up the announcement for its WWDC live stream next week. Fans can tune in at 10am PDT on 2 June (1am local time the following day). As usual, nobody is entirely sure what Apple is announcing; although there is the usual plethora of rumours floating around.
Traditionally, WWDC announcements are reserved for computing hardware and software, while mobile devices receive special treatment at their own events later in the year. Experts expect the announcement of iOS 8 and Mac OS X 10.9, which should play into the rumoured arrival of a new piece of hardware. It is likely to be the Retina display version of the MacBook Air, which has been due for quite a while now.
There is also the possibility of a new Apple TV turning up at WWDC. Especially if there is an iWatch to be announced alongside the new iPhone later this year. Apple is rumoured to have a lot to reveal this year, and moving up the Apple TV might be necessary to find room to have all those events.
In any case, the live stream can only be viewed Safari 4 or later on OS X v10.6 or later; Safari on iOS 4.2 or later.