From today, there’s now 15 days to Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference being held at the Moscone Convention Center, in San Francisco. The WWDC 2014 keynote start time is at 6PM in the UK on June 2, or 10am Pacific Standard Time in the United States.
There’s a number of countdown clocks online for those of you wanting to know exactly what the local start time is for the 2014 WWDC keynote address, although one of the best can be seen on wheniskeynote.com that will show the time dependent on your location in the world.
We’ve also included a list of worldwide start times below that will help you quickly find the nearest city to you, and as such the exact keynote time for WWDC 2014.
What news do you want during the 2014 WWDC keynote? Is it time for something new, or should we be happy with the normal software announcements?
There’s still hope Apple will give fans a preview of iOS 8, even though a rumor states developer time has been pushed onto other OS X projects. New hardware like a 6th generation iPad, iPhone 6, or iWatch is almost certainly not going to feature until an event at the end of this year.
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