Here’s how to watch Apple’s WWDC 2019 keynote event
I mean, assuming you actually want to.
Next week, developers and tech press will flock to Cupertino, where Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference will kick off in the usual, turtleneck-wearing style on Monday, June 3rd.
The keynote speech will likely showcase the direction Apple is forging ahead with on the software side, with everything from macOS to iOS to Apple TV and everything in-between. That doesn’t mean hardware won’t be mentioned, but the focus of the event is definitely on the code running on the devices, not the devices themselves.
How to watch the WWDC 2019 Keynote without having to travel
If you want to stay informed on the latest tweaks coming to iOS 13, Watch OS 6, and possibly the next iteration of macOS, you can watch the whole keynote on Apple’s Events page.
- Head on over to the Apple Events page
- The WWDC 2019 Keynote is at 10 a.m. PDT, June 3rd, but you don’t need to remember that. Hitting the Add to your calendar text under the event will let you download an .ics file which will add a handy reminder to your calendar so you don’t have to remember how time zones work.
- When the time comes, just go back to the Apple Events page to watch the streamed Keynote event.
If you find yourself busy during the live stream, you can still watch the recorded Keynote from the same page at your leisure.
What would you like to see from Apple at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference? Excited for it or have the last events from the company left you underwhelmed? Let us know down below in the comments or carry the discussion over to our Twitter or Facebook.
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