The 31st Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is finally here, and it’ll be happening in a new online format. From new OSes to updates about new Apple devices like AirTag and AirPods Studio, there’s a lot to look forward to at this year’s WWDC.
While the event itself is spread over 22-26 June, most of the announcements come right at the beginning when the event kicks off on Monday. So, if you’re planning to tune in and catch all the latest developments but don’t know where to go, we’ve got all the links right here for you!
When and Where to Tune In
The event will begin at 10:30 p.m. IST, and you can watch the special keynote through the following methods:
- On a Web Browser: Launch Safari and visit the official website for WWDC20 Keynote. Make sure you’re running at least iOS 10 or later for iPhones and macOS Sierra 10.12 or later for Macs. If you don’t have an Apple device, you can also watch the event on a Microsoft Edge browser.
- On the Apple TV App: Open the Apple TV app on your iPhone, Mac, or iPad and search for “WWDC”. The event should appear once it starts streaming!
- On YouTube: Perhaps the easiest way to watch is on YouTube, where a live stream has already been set up on the official Apple channel. You can even set a reminder so you don’t miss the event!
- Apple Developer App and Website: If you’re registered as a developer with Apple, you can watch the event directly from the Apple Developer app or website.
Want to Watch with Team AppleSutra?
Come join us at the Applesutra Instagram account, where we’ll be live reporting the event for our community. Click here or simply search for Applesutra on the Instagram app to join.
And while we impatiently wait for Monday, tell us what you’re looking forward to seeing at the 2020 WWDC!