On Monday, June 4, Apple will lift the lid on its Worldwide Developers Conference, the annual showcase for all the shiny things being churned out in Cupertino.
The WWDC 2018 keynote address kicks off at 10 am Pacific (1 pm Eastern). We expect to hear news about macOS, iOS, watchOS, cloud services, and some new initiatives to help you curb unhealthy levels of phone use. Read our full rundown of what we think is coming.
The livestream can be found on Apple’s website. You can stream the two-hour keynote to your Mac, iPhone, or iPad, or to your Apple TV through a dedicated app. No matter which method you use, there’s usually a slight time delay in the feed. And of course, you should also follow along with our liveblog, where we’ll give you all the news in real time, plus our own commentary and analysis.
Watch on a Mac, iPhone, or iPad
Watch the keynote on any Mac or iOS device using Apple’s own Safari browser. Your Mac needs to be running macOS Sierra 10.12 or later, and iOS devices need to be running iOS 10 or later.
Watch on an Apple TV
If you have a newer Apple TV (fourth generation or later), download the free Apple Events app for Apple TV. If you have an older Apple TV, you should see the Apple Events option appear in your Apple TV’s homescreen automatically. Neat, right? Click into the app just before 10 am Pacific and you’ll see the live feed appear.
Watch a Windows PC
Use the Microsoft Edge browser, which is the only Windows browser that can display Apple’s WWDC livestream. Of course, this requires Windows 10 on the desktop. You can always try using Chrome or Firefox—we’ve gotten those browsers to work in years past, but there’s no guarantee the feed is going to show up in any browser other than Edge. Be prepared with an alternative option.