Today is one of the biggest days of the year for Apple — new versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and potentially even Apple hardware are all set to receive the spotlight.
The WWDC keynote is one of the best of the year, so we recommend finding a great group of people, the best coffee, a few snacks, and a great internet connection for streaming. Today’s keynote streams live at the following times:
- 10:00 AM PT
- 11:00 AM MT
- 12:00 PM CT
- 1:00 PM ET
- 6:00 PM UK
There are a few different ways to stream today’s keynote.
For Mac, iOS, and Windows users, the stream is available on Apple’s events page right here.
You can also stream the keynote through an Apple TV. Simply download the Apple Events app from the tvOS App Store and tune in at the above times for the keynote.
We’re very excited to see what Apple has in store for everyone. Many rumors suggest we’ll see a dark mode come to iOS 13, a new Reminders app, some new and improved tools for annotating screenshots and images, and new ways to navigate and multi-task on iPad. On the Mac side, we’re excited to see a more built-out version of Apple’s vision of Marzipan apps (iOS apps that run on a Mac).
Whichever platform you’re using, Apple is sure to have an update for you today.
Enjoy the keynote!
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