If you’re not lucky enough to get an invite to the WWDC keynote  you’re not going to be left out in the dark. Apple has decided to stream the keynote online for those playing along at home. Apple has added a keynote app to the Apple TV, so you can watch it on the big screen if you feel like it.

Additionally, you will also be able to stream the show from any iOS device, as well as Safari. The WWDC keynote kicks off live at 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EST), and you can find the stream here.

I’m really not sure what to expect this year, but there are three things in particular that I would like to see at this year’s event.

If you’re looking for a nice little prediction, I would suggest reading John Gruber’s WWDC 2014 Prelude. It’s a smart, measured approach, and I agree with what he’s saying.

Frankly, if Apple just gave iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 the Snow Leopard treatment, and working on solidifying the foundation and removing bugs, I’d be a happy man.