Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on Monday, June 22, and the keynote presentation promises to be an event you won’t want to miss. We could see Apple announcing a switch from Intel to its own ARM processors in its Macs, and a new iMac. And Apple will unveil its plans for macOS, iOS, iPadOS, and a lot more.
Because of concerns regarding COVID-19, this year’s WWDC is a completely online affair. You need to be signed up as a developer to attend the Platforms State of the Union presentation and the workshops, but anyone can watch the keynote presentation. If you want to watch, we’ll show you how.
The keynote starts at 10 a.m. Pacific, and will probably last about two hours, so plan accordingly. The keynote will be available for viewing afterwards, if you can’t make the scheduled time.
Watch on YouTube
The keynote will be streamed live on Apple’s YouTube channel. You can watch the YouTube live stream on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac. The YouTube video is embedded below so you can watch it now.
Watch the keynote on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
Got an Apple TV? Use the Apple TV app. There used to be an Apple Events app, but on June 18, Apple made Events part of the Apple TV app.
Watch on a Windows PC
If you happen to be using a Windows PC, you can still watch the keynote on Apple’s website. Apple requires Windows 10 and the Microsoft Edge browser. Watch the keynote on Apple.com.
Watch while in China
When Apple announced the lineup for WWDC20, the company specifically gave instructions for people in China who want to watch the keynote. In China, the keynote can also be streamed on Bilibili, iQIYI, Tencent, and Youku.
Roman has covered technology since the early 1990s. His career started at MacUser, and he's worked for MacAddict, Mac|Life, and TechTV.