It has been noted by Apple, that during their Worldwide Developers Conference, they have plans to unveil the new version and look of the 4th generation Apple TV. It has also been updated that they plan to add the support of live streaming for tvOS and iOS as well as on compatible iPads add the support of multi tasking.
For those who are not able to obtain the event tickets, they have also come up with a WWDC app that can be used by developers and attendees. There are on site tools that will be provided so that people can view the start times for events, sessions and labs. Another ability of the app is also to allowing the live streaming sessions to be watched along with the engineers of Apple. The WWDC app will also be available for the tvOS version; this will be beneficial for those developers who will not be a part of the conference, however still has the ability to attend the conference virtually using their television screens. The schedule of the sessions has also been released by Apple so that developers will get to know what is taking place.
In order to conceal the information, there would be various humorous names that will be used however, that will not be available until the unveiling of the OS X 10.12 and iOS 10 at the keynote event. At 10:00 am, the keynote will be taking place at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. There are also plans by the company to go ahead and live stream their keynote not only on Apple TV but also their website. Even MacRumors is said to provide the live coverage of the conference on theory website MacRumors.com as well as through their Twitter account of MacRumors Lice. You can download the WWDC app from Apple’s App Store for free.