Apple will be presenting the new features and improvements encompassed in the latest operating system versions covering all its devices. Including a swift look at the brand new iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and tvOS versions. A keynote will be heading all these announcements and unveils on the first day, June 22.
Apple’s WWDC 2020 is set to begin
WWDC begins next week and will be organized online. It will be free for everybody so tune in and watch the keynote address. To watch the WWDC keynote via different devices, read on.
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Via an iPhone, iPad or Mac
Safari app on the Apple devices can be used to watch the WWDC but iPhones and iPads should have at least iOS 10 or newer, Macs should have macOS Sierra 10.12 or newer. Eligible devices can go to Safari and watch it on Apple’s event page.
Via the TV app
iPhone, iPad, and Mac users will be able to watch the keynote through the TV app. All Apple TV users can watch it by searching for the event (WWDC 2020) on the TV App. Play to start watching Live as it won’t be shown otherwise this year.
Via the Apple Developer app
The company has prepared to stream it when it goes live, hence the developers can watch the keynote through the Developer app or the website.
Via a Windows PC: Non-Apple device owners can watch it too
People who do not have any Apple devices can also watch it through a Windows PC by going to the Microsoft’s Edge browser and then go to Apple Events. MacRumors said Apple wasn’t sure if the WWDC 2020 keynote can be watched by other platforms such as Chrome or Firefox.
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Apple is arranging to stream it through a WWDC Special Event video on YouTube. The video has been added to the company’s YouTube channel, but it can only be viewed once it goes live on June 22, 10:00 a.m. PDT.