Today’s the day the Apple bods finally reveal iOS 8, the long-awaited interface that will appear on the iPhone 6. You can watch the San Francisco launch event live, and here’s how…
UPDATE: The iOS 8 launch is now over! Check out our full coverage of iOS 8’s new features, from health and fitness apps to brand new messaging tools.
Mr Cook pulled back the veil on the new iPhone and iPad interface at 6pm UK time on June 2, and it’s a first glimpse of the features we’ll see packed into the iPhone 6.
OLD: We’ll be covering the event right here on Recombu, complete with our inimitable tired-and-grumpy-from-the-commute analysis, but if you’ve got the Safari browser on your Mac, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch (does anyone still own an iPod? Just curious), you can also stream the whole thing live over t’internet. Just head to Apple’s WWDC 2014 website. Apple’s also streaming the keynote live on Apple TV (second generation and above, 5.0.2 minimum).
The keynote speech, which should also reveal the latest OS X and a selection of shiny new Macs, is just the first of many events in WWDC 14. Of course, we don’t have a clue what most of the other talks are about, as the official event schedule reads like an MI6 document, filled with ‘shush, we can’t tell you’ randomness.
Check back at 6pm for a world of Appley goodness, and in the meantime, here’s what to expect from iOS 8. And in case you missed it, we’ve already taken a long, hard look at why the iPhone 6 and iOS 8 may be make or break for Apple.