Apple’s WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) is a venue that the tech giant uses to announce its future plans about all of their product offerings, such as the iPhone, HomePod, Mac etc. and their relevant operating system updates. Just like every year, WWDC 2020 is scheduled for Q2 of 2020, Monday – 22 June, 2020 to be specific. In this article, will show you how to watch WWDC 2020 Keynote live online, and tell you what to expect. Our readers can also Watch WWDC 2020 Keynote Live Here in this article through this livestream:
This year, Apple’s WWDC 2020 keynote will be locked in digital limbo and only be streamed online rather than a physical event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Don’t be discouraged though, the conference will be much more eventful this year, with more than just the customary software and hardware developments that are on Apple’s plate each year.
Apple WWDC 2020 Keynote: When is it?
The Apple WWDC 2020 keynote is scheduled to take place on Monday, June 22nd, 2020, and on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020 in some timezones. The event is scheduled for the second quarter of 2020, just like it is every year. Howbeit, the event is running a couple of weeks late due to the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, and will only occur online through a live broadcast.
Apple WWDC 2020 Keynote: What Time Does it Start?
The annual Apple WWDC 2020 Keynote is scheduled for 10:00 AM PDT on Monday 22 June, 2020. The keynote is presumed to last about 1.5 to 2 hours, since it’s a completely online event, so it might wrap up a little quicker as well. However, for viewers joining from around the world, we have listed the time conversions for you below:
|US West Coast||Monday – 22 June, 2020||10:00 AM (PDT)|
|Central US||Monday – 22 June, 2020||12:00 PM (CDT)|
|US East Coast||Monday – 22 June, 2020||1:00 PM (EDT)|
|United Kingdom||Monday – 22 June, 2020||6:00 PM (BST)|
|Central Europe||Monday – 22 June, 2020||7:00 PM (CEST)|
|New Delhi/India||Monday – 22 June, 2020||10:30 PM (IST)|
|Western Australia/Singapore||Tuesday – 23 June, 2020||1:00 AM (AWST)|
|Central Australia||Tuesday – 23 June, 2020||2:30 AM (ACST)|
|Tuesday – 23 June, 2020||3:00 AM (AEST)|
WWDC 2020 Keynote: How to Watch it?
Based on the device you use, there are multiple ways to watch the WWDC 2020 keynote, now that Apple has stopped restricting it to iOS and MacOS devices, or Safari only.
On a Mac:
The WWDC Keynote livestream will be available to watch live on Apple’s official website and can be streamed through Safari on a Mac running MacOS Sierra 10.12 or later. To view the stream on Apple’s official website, follow this link to Apple’s Events page. Alternatively, you can also stream the event from Apple’s Developer website by clicking here. Alternatively, you can also scroll up to the very first paragraph of this article wherein the livestream has been embedded for you to stream right here in this article.
On an iPhone or iPad:
Don’t have a Mac? No worries, since the Apple WWDC keynote can also be viewed on an iPhone or iPad. According to Apple’s guidelines, the keynote is best watched through Safari on an iPhone, iPod touch or an iPad running on iOS 10 or later, however, it will be accessible on iOS 9 as well.
On Apple TV:
All users with an Apple TV that supports the App Store and the TV app can watch the WWDC 2020 keynote live on their respective Apple TVs. The keynote will also be broadcast on the Apple TV app, unlike previous years when it was streamed on the Events app (now discontinued).
Apple’s WDDC 2020 keynote will also be broadcast on YouTube. Scroll up to the first paragraph of this article to access the YouTube livestream or click this link to access it directly on YouTube. The stream is on a countdown and will start the live broadcast automatically when it’s time.
On a PC:
To view the WWDC Keynote on a PC, your device should be running Windows 10. The stream can be broadcast through Apple’s own website, if accessed through Microsoft Edge. Alternatively, you can watch it in this article by scrolling up to the first paragraph and clicking the play button.
The WWDC livestream should be accessible on any other platform through the Apple website, on any recent Chrome or Firefox versions that support MSE, H.264, and AAC. Alternatively, you can watch it on YouTube or in this article.