Apple’s Annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is just around the corner, and Apple enthusiasts from around the world are eagerly anticipating the event. As always, there are various ways to tune in to the conference remotely, ensuring that you don’t miss any of the exciting announcements.
Whether you’re interested in the keynote or want to dive deeper into the developer sessions, we’ve got you covered. Here’s how you can watch WWDC and stay up to date with all things Apple.
The keynote is undoubtedly the highlight of WWDC, where Apple executives take the stage to unveil the latest developments in the company’s platforms. This year, the excitement is amplified with rumors of a brand new AR/VR headset being introduced. To catch all the action, you can turn to Apple’s dedicated YouTube channel.
The official live stream of WWDC’s keynote will kick off on Monday, June 5, at 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET. You can even set a reminder on YouTube to ensure you don’t miss a minute of the event. With YouTube’s cross-device compatibility, you can watch the live stream on your Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Mac, or any non-Apple device that supports YouTube streaming.
If you prefer to stay within Apple’s ecosystem, another convenient option is to visit Apple’s homepage. On the day of the event, Apple will prominently display an ad, which you can simply click to launch the livestream using Apple’s stock video player. This ensures a seamless experience without any worries about lag or falling behind the live feed. So mark your calendars and visit Apple’s homepage beginning June 5 to catch the keynote.
For Apple TV owners, the process is equally straightforward. Apple will soon start advertising the event, and all you need to do is select the ad to launch the livestream once it goes live. Although the Events app is no longer available, Apple relies on the TV app to deliver these exciting events. On the day of the keynote, simply open the TV app, and you should see the ad there, ready to take you straight to the livestream.
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But what if you want to explore the developer sessions and get more in-depth information throughout the week? Fear not, because Apple’s Developer app has you covered. Even if you’re not a developer, you can still use the app to watch the live stream. However, if you’re someone who loves to dive into the nitty-gritty details and explore the session information, you’ll need to have a membership with Apple’s Developer Program. This access will allow you to fully immerse yourself in the event and make the most of WWDC.